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Period Facts — Surprising Facts About Periods – Cosmopolitan

A #menstrual #period is #vaginal bleeding that occurs at the end of the menstrual cycle. Each month, the #female #body prepares itself for a possible #pregnancy. The #uterus develops a thicker #lining, and the ovaries release an #egg that can be #fertilized by #sperm. If the #egg isn’t fertilized, #pregnancy won’t occur during that cycle. The body then sheds the built-up uterine lining. The result is a period, or menstruation. The average female will have their first period between ages 11 and 14. Periods will continue regularly (usually monthly) until…

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Changes in women in during the pregnancy

Morning sickness consists of #nausea and #vomiting. It is caused by #pregnancy hormones. Many #pregnant women have it to some degree in their first trimester. Despite what it #sounds, #morning #sickness can occur at any time of day. Certain foods or #smells might make you feel sick and sometimes #vomit. Some #women seem to feel sicker when their stomachs are empty. Morning sickness usually goes away by the second trimester. Frequent urination. Towards the end of the first trimester, you will feel like urinating more often. This is because your…

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Why do women have periods?

A #woman’s period (#menstruation) is normal #vaginal #bleeding that is a #natural part of a #healthy woman’s #monthly #cycle. Every month, in the years between puberty (typically age 11 to 14) and #menopause (typically about age 51), your #body readies itself for #pregnancy. The lining of your uterus thickens and an #egg #grows and is released from one of your #ovaries. If pregnancy doesn’t #occur, #estrogen and #progesterone levels fall, eventually hitting a level that tells your body to begin #menstruation. During your #period, the uterus sheds its lining and…

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