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BLASTOCYST STAGE OF FETAL DEVELOPMENT AFTER THE ZYGOTE STAGE WHERE THE RAPIDLY DIVIDING CELL FORMS A MASS THAT IMPLANTS IN THE UTERINE LINING AND WILL BECOME THE EMBRYO AND PLACENTA
EMBRYO STAGE OF FETAL DEVELOPMENT AFTER IMPLANTATION UNTIL THE 8TH WEEK OF GESTATION
FERTILIZATION ACT AS A SPERM PENTRATING AN EGG AND BEGINNING THE DIVSION OF THE CELLS TO CREATE AN EMBRYO
FETUS STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT AN EMBRYO BECOMES A FETUS AFTER 8 DAYS OF GESTATION
GAMETE GENERAL TERM FOR THE MALE AND FEMALE SEX CELLS
GONAD PRODUCE SEX CELLS AND SECRETE HORMONES
HUMAN CHORIONIC GONDADOTROPIN HORMONE RELEASED BY AN EMBRYO THEN BY THE PLACENTA IT CAUSES THE CORPUS LUTEUM TO CONTINUE TO PRODUCE PROGESTERONE TO MAINTAIN THE UTERINE LINING
MEIOSIS SEXUAL REPRODUCTION
MENARCHE FIRST MENSTRUAL CYCLE
MENOPAUSE AGE AT WHICH THE OVARIES CEASE PRODUCING HORMONES AND THE PERIOD STOPS
MENSTRUAL CYCLE 28 DAY CYCLE PERIOD
MITOSIS A SEXUAL REPRODUCTION
OOGENSIS CREATION OF EGG CELLS OR OVA IN THE PRIMARY SEX ORGANS OF THE FEMALE BY MEIOSIS
OVULATION ACT OF A MATURE EGG BEING RELEASED BY THE GRAAFIAN FOLLICLE IN THE OVARY OWING TO CHANGES IN LEVELS OF PROGESTERONE AND ESTROGEN
OVUM EGG CELL
PREPUCE FORESKIN ON A PENIS
SEMEN FLUID CONTAINING SPERM
SPERM MALE GAMETES PRODUCED BY THE TESTES
SPERMATOGENESIS CREATION OF SPERM BY THE TESTES WHICH ARE THE PRIMARY SEX ORGANS OF MALES
ZYGOTE CELL IN FETAL DEVELOPMENT THAT IS FORMED BY THE COMBINATION OF THE MALE AND FEMALE CHROMOSOMES DURING FERTILIZATION
AMENORRHEA ABSENCE OF MENSTRUATION
ANORCHIDISM FAILURE OF ONE OR BOTH TESTES TO DEVELOP
BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERTROPHY ENLARGEMENT OF PROSTATE GLAND
BREAST CANCER MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF THE BREAST
ABRUPTIO PLACENTAE RESULT OF PLACENTA PULLING AWAY FROM UTERINE WALL LEAVING IN THE FETUS WITHOUT A SUPPLY OF OXYGEN OR NUTRIENTS CAUSING SEVERE BLEEDING IN THE MOTHER
BREECH BIRTH DELIVERY OF THE FETUS IN A POSITION OTHER THAN HEAD FIRST
CERIVAL CANCER MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF THE CERVIX
CRPTORCHIDISM FAILURE OF THE TESTES TO DESEND INTO THE SCROTUM
ECLAMPSIA SEIZURES DURING THE PREGNANCY USUALLY CAUSED BY PREECLAMPSIA
ECTOPIC PREGNANCY IMPLANTATION OF A FERTILIZED EGG IN A PLACE OTHER THAN UTERUS MOST COMMONLY IN FALLOPIAN TUBE
ENDOMETRIOSIS GROWTH OF UTERINE TISSUE OUTSIDE THE UTERUS
OVARIAN CYST FLUID FILLED SACS ON OVARY THAT MAY CAUSE PAIN ABNORMAL BLEEDING CRAMPING
PREECLAMPSIA HYPERTENSION VISION CHANGES HEADACHE DURING PREGNANCY
TESTICULAR CANCER MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF THE TESTIS
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