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  • A & PHEALTH HORMONES FEMALE PROBLEMS MENSTRUAL CYCLE DIAGRAMS 1 pt1 pt1 pt1 pt1 pt1 pt 2 pts 3 pts 4 pts 5 pts 6 pts
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  • This is the structure of the female that houses the developing fetus
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  • UTERUS
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  • This term refers to the inner lining of the uterus.
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  • ENDOMETRIUM
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  • This is the word that refers to all of the external structures of the females reproductive system
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  • VULVA
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  • Folds of tissue that serve to protect the internal organs from pathogens
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  • LABIA
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  • Female sex glands
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  • Ovaries
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  • A hollow, muscular organ that receives and holds a fertilized ovum.
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  • Vagina
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  • Where the sperm & egg usually meet in the female
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  • FALLOPIAN TUBE
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  • A ceasing (aka stopping) of menstruation usually around age 45-50
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  • MENOPAUSE
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  • A feminine product worn inside the body to catch menstrual blood/tissue flow
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  • TAMPON
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  • When a breast self exam should be performed
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  • Week after a females menstrual period
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  • A laboratory test that checks for cancerous/precancerous cells of a females cervix
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  • PAP SMEAR
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  • DAILY DOUBLE!
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  • Symptoms of PMS(give me 3).
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  • Bloating Weight gain Mood swings Anxiety Nervous tension Irritability Depression
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  • Released on day 14, this hormone causes ovulation
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  • LH (leutenizing hormone)
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  • The gland at the base of the brain that triggers it all to begin
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  • Pituitary Gland
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  • Having an effect on ovaries and testes, these are the two gonadotropic hormones
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  • LH & FSH
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  • During the secretory phase, this hormone causes cervical mucus to thicken again
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  • PROGESTERONE
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  • Being unique to women, these sex hormones are called ovarian hormones
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  • ESTROGEN & PROGESTERONE
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  • Normally thick & sticky, this hormone causes cervical mucus to become thinner
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  • ESTROGEN
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  • Traced to the use of super- absorbent tampons
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  • TOXIC SHOCK SYNDROME (TSS)
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  • Caused by a fungus, this type of vaginitis has a thick white discharge with severe genital itching. To treat this type of vaginitis you can get a cream from the local Kroger.
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  • YEAST INFECTION
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  • Common in women with eating disorders or elite athletes with extremely low body fat; the female doesnt have a menstrual period
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  • AMENORRHEA
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  • Yearly pelvic exams are recommended for females starting when?
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  • 18 years and older; or when they begin having sexual intercourse.
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  • menstrual cramps
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  • DYSMENORRHEA
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  • Characterized in the later stages by a deepened voice, anemia and painful intercourse
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  • OVARIAN CANCER
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  • Phase covering the first part of the menstrual cycle when hormone levels are at their lowest normal levels; 1-5
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  • MENSTRUAL PHASE
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  • Phase of the menstrual cycle when endometrial cells are deprived of their hormonal support, 15-28
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  • SECRETORY PHASE
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  • The end of this phase is marked by ovulation, 6-14
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  • PROLIFERATIVE PHASE
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  • The process of releasing one mature ovum each month into that ovarys fallopian tube
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  • OVULATION
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  • The amount of actual blood lost each month during menstruation
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  • 2-3 TABLESPOONS
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  • DAILY DOUBLE!
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  • This stage of the menstrual cycle is marked by an increase in estrogen
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  • PROLIFERATIVE
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  • VAGINA
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  • CERVIX
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  • UTERUS
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  • FIMBRIAE
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  • FALLOPIAN TUBE
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