Top Menstrual Cycle Quizzes & Trivia

Biology is quite an impressive thing and it brings with it reproductive cycles for all species in unique ways. For women, that cycle is referred to as the menstrual cycle. This cycle is typically every twenty eight days. During this time the female body undergoes regular changes. For one week it changes hormones in preparation for ovulation and an egg to drop. When an egg drops and is not inseminated, nothing happens save for menstrual bleeding.

If an egg drops, and intercourse takes place during the peak two days during which time women are ovulating, then the semen can inseminate the egg and pregnancy takes place in lieu of menstrual bleeding. If you can name everything about the different phases of the menstrual cycle and their timing, put your knowledge to the test with one of our multiple quizzes. 

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  • When is day 1 of the menstrual cycle
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  • How many eggs are normally released at ovulation?
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  • What is the menstrual cycle controlled by?
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  • During the proliferation phase of the menstrual cycle, which hormone influences the endometrial lining of the uterus?
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  • During the menstrual cycle
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  • The oocyte of a mature Graafian follicle is induced to complete the 1st meiotic division just prior to ovulation. Which of the following hormonal stimuli causes this?
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  • Check all the apply to the causes of precocious puberty:
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  • During puberty, a girls body undergoes major physical changes.  Sexual organs mature, skeleton grows, and there is a shift in hormone levels.
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  • Premature menopause is considered before the age of 40.
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  • The anterior pituitary produces FSHRF and LHRF.
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  • FSHRF and LHRF cause the anterior pituitary gland to produce LH and FSH.
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  • The dominant follicle reaches approximately 18-25mm.
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