Hormones That Affect The Process Of Ovulation?
I Kesya Puspa want to ask, which hormone is the most powerful or most increased during the ovulation process what hormone huh ?? thank you
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Ovulation events are closely related to a woman's menstrual cycle. The menstrual cycle is related to the regulation of hormones in the body. The hormones estrogen and progesterone produced in the reproductive organs, as well as the FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) and LH (Luteinizing hormone) from the brain are hormones that function to regulate a woman's menstrual cycle and when undergoing a pregnancy. Normally the average menstrual cycle occurs between 28 to 35 days. This hormone also plays a role in ovulation where the egg is released from the ovary in conditions that are ready to be fertilized by sperm.
The cycle starts from the first day of menstruation where all hormones are in a decreased condition. Approaching ovulation, both FSH, LH, and especially estrogen will increase to prepare mature eggs. And when ovulation occurs, estrogen will decrease while the LH and FSH hormones will be in peak levels even though the increase in FSH is not as big as LH. So that the LH hormone has high enough levels during ovulation.
After the release of the egg or when entering the luteal phase, the hormone progesterone will increase to prepare the uterus if a pregnancy occurs. But if pregnancy does not occur, progesterone levels will decrease and there is a decay of the uterine wall (called menstruation) then the cycle repeats.
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