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Do you have questions about fertility, pregnancy, ovulation, or your menstrual cycle? Welcome to LaterBaby, a complete pregnancy, ovulation, and female fertility educational resource for any woman who sees children in her future.

LaterBaby profiles fertility preservation programs and provides key facts about pregnancy, ovulation, menstrual cycles, and family planning services for women.

Understanding the realities of female reproductive health, including the menstrual cycle, is an important part of maintaining overall good health and planning for your future fertility. Sadly, many women are in the dark about pregnancy, ovulation, menstrual cycles, and their own bodies. In fact, in a recent survey on the basics of female fertility, only ONE woman in more than 12,000 polled got all 15 questions correct! Most of the respondents answered less than half of the pregnancy, ovulation, menstrual cycle and fertility questions correctly.

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Menstrual Cycle Information

The menstrual cycle is controlled by the reproductive hormone system and is necessary for pregnancy and reproduction. In women, menstrual cycles typically happen on a monthly basis between puberty and menopause. During the menstrual cycle, a sexually mature female body gradually increase the amount of estrogen in the lining of the uterus, and as the hormone reaches a heightened level, estradiol is then produced, followed by a stimulation of the female ovaries by a luteinizing hormone or follicle stimulating hormone. Once the Follicle stimulating hormone begins developing the ovaries produce an egg that shortly becomes an ovum. The ovary will then release the egg or two eggs during ovulation. The endometrium or lining of the uterus peaks shortly following ovulation and changes the lining of the uterus to prepare for conception and receipt of the fertilized egg to establish pregnancy.

The Menstrual Cycle, Ovulation and Pregnancy

While it may not be possible to turn back the female biological clock, it is possible to take charge of your menstrual cycle and fertility care, and optimize your reproductive potential.

If you have questions regarding pregnancy, ovulation, menstrual cycles, and female fertility, join the Later Baby community today to stay informed on key women's reproductive health topics.

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