Normal Number And Size Of Eggs In Women?
I want to ask what is the normal number of eggs and egg size? and how to make women reach the normal number and size?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Egg cells are cells produced by the female reproductive system and act as one of the stages of breeding. These egg cells when fertilized by sperm cells, will fuse into zygotes and if able to develop properly, will become a baby and be born approximately 9 months.
When talking about the number of egg cells a woman has, when a woman is still in the womb, the egg cells in her body reach 6-7 million eggs. At birth, this number decreases to around 1 million. This number continues to decrease until at puberty, the number of eggs remaining is only about 300 thousand. Of these 300 thousand, only about 300-400 will be released during the ovulation phase of a woman's menstrual cycle throughout her life. At menopause, no more egg cells are released and will die over time.
Every menstrual cycle, both ovaries try to ripen about 15-20 eggs until ovulation, only about 1-2 are removed. If there are two eggs which are both fertilized by sperm cells, then there are identical twins. But if there is one egg that is fertilized by two sperm cells, become identical twins.
Regarding your question, women who have an abnormal number or size of egg cells should first check the possible causes of their condition, whether there is a hormone disturbance, ovarian abnormalities, tumors, etc. by an obstetrician. The obstetrician will start from digging up a medical history, a brief physical examination, and may be more emphasized on supporting examinations by measuring hormone levels, checking the shape and size of egg cells in the laboratory and the like. Handling later will depend on the results obtained.
So indeed, there is no independent treatment or home remedies for these complaints. Therefore you should check yourself to the obstetrician, as well as conveying what underlies the thought that you have an egg size and shape that is not normal. So, hopefully answering your question.