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Dr. Walter Husar
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Female Genitalia (Definition)

A biological female has a vulva, vagina, uterus with cervix, fallopian tubes and ovaries as well as breasts. These days people call themselves "female" and have male anatomy; but obviously they ...Read more


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Can chemotherapy affect female reproductive organs negatively?

Can chemotherapy affect female reproductive organs negatively?

Chemo and ovaries: Yes, some chemotherapies can cause failure of the ovaries at an early age. ...Read more

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What brain parts control the female reproductive system?

What brain parts control the female reproductive system?

HPO (short version): It's called the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis (hpo.) the highest center is the hypothalamus, which prouces gnrh; this talks to the pituitary gland, which will produce fsh and lh in response. The ovaries respond to fsh and lh. ...Read more

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Can lupus harm female organs?

Can lupus harm female organs?

Yes: Lupus can effect female reproductive organs often by its effect on the blood supply to these organs. However, these issues are relatively uncommon. ...Read more

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Male having female body shape?

Male having female body shape?

Many different cause: Klinefelters syndrome is common, but there are many other genetic disorders and disorders of sexual development that could produce such a picture. ...Read more

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Can something from the female reproductive organs cause hematuria ?

Can something from the female reproductive organs cause hematuria ?

Hematuria: Blood from uterus during menses can appear in urine -- but this is not true hematuria. Hematuria has a source: bladder, ureter, kidney; female organs can erode into bladder if the organ is inflamed or neoplastic; otherwise, there is no connection ...Read more

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What are the organs of the female reproductive system?

What are the  organs of the female reproductive system?

See below: Uterus, ovaries, oviduct vagina and, please do not ignore it, the brain! breasts enlarge to produce milk for the product. I say the brain because it is often true that the more a child is wanted, the harder it is to get pregnant. ...Read more

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Which hormones are involved in the female reproductive system?

Which hormones are involved in the female reproductive system?

Many: Estrogen is produced usually when an egg is developing at the beginning of the reproductive cycle, responding to a FSH elevation from the pituitary. Then the LH surge occurs causing ovulation, which then produces Progesterone to help maintain implantation if pregnancy occurs. ...Read more

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What hormones help regulate human reproductive in male or female?

What hormones help regulate human reproductive in male or female?

Lots: Many hormones regulate reproduction. Fsh and LH help to grow and mature the eggs. Tsh (thryoid hormone system) and prolactin (milk hormones) help regulate the environment of ovulation. Male hormones such as testosterone and dheas affect ovulation and implantation. This is just the beginning. ...Read more

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Which organs of the male reproductive system make semen?

Which organs of the male reproductive system make semen?

Prostate etc.: Semen comes from the prostate, seminal vesicles and sperm from the epididymis and testicles. ...Read more

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Illustration of how women period pass through the female organs?

Illustration of how women period pass through the female organs?

See picture: Your menstrual cycle starts on the first day of menstruation. After your cycle finishes, the lining of your uterus builds up getting ready to support a pregnancy. You ovulate about 14 days after your period. If you do not become pregnant after ovulation, then you have another period and the cycle repeats. ...Read more

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To differentiate into male or female gonads approximately ____ after conception?

To differentiate into male or female gonads approximately ____ after conception?

Embryology: The gonads are structurally indistinguishable (ovary/testis) at the 5th week of gestation. Differentiation along either line is from around the 6th to the 9th week of gestation, or about 4-to-7 weeks after conception occurs. ...Read more

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Can an abdominal/pelvic CT damage your ovaries, eggs, reproductive organs or effect fertility?

Can an abdominal/pelvic CT damage your ovaries, eggs,  reproductive organs or effect fertility?

When used: appropriately for diagnostic imaging, no. Direct radiation to the pelvis could potentially damage an early pregnancy, which is why they always ask you if you are pregnant. ...Read more

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Are men around 80 years old producing sperm considered unhealthy or infertile?

Are men around 80 years old producing sperm considered unhealthy or infertile?

No and no: Many men have fathered children after reaching 80. The aging male produces less semen and and in some cases NO semen. There is very little evidence to say the sperm would be unhealthy, but there is evidence that says the sperm lose some of their fertilizing capacity as a man ages. This is evident to some degree in the Male having a vas reversal. Even with viable sperm preg does not occur. ...Read more

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What changes occur in female body after abortion?

Cramping, spotting: The main physical changes are the body going back to its pre-pregnancy state. Someone can have cramping or spotting. Sometimes breasts can become swollen, painful or engorged. Most of these symptoms can be managed with ibuprofen. I also recommend following up with one's doctor afterwards to check in. If fever, pain, nausea/vomiting, or foul discharge occur, seek immediate help. ...Read more