Baby girls are born with thousands of immature eggs. Once she goes through puberty, one egg finishes maturing every cycle until she goes through menopause.
It varies. It is best to ask each one, because when they are born, on their birth certificate, they are given the number of eggs they have.
Women are born with a set number of eggs. However many eggs you currently have, will only decrease from here on out as you lose eggs each time you menstrate.
yes. men are not born with all their sperm.
A female baby has perhaps a million eggs. By the time she is old enough to have her own babies, she might have about 400 thousand eggs.
We are born with a certain amount of eggs in our bodies and when we get old we run out.
Human females are born with all of the eggs they will ever have. Since they are not created as time passes, the number has to be limited.
The ovaries are the glands that produce the egg cells. In humans, women are only born with a finite number of eggs which means they are only fertile for a certain amount of time.
Yes. The testicles produce sperm, but women only have a certain number of eggs
It is different for each women. On average every month one egg is let go from the ovary. Sometimes more then one can be let go and this can lead to twins. Unlike men, women do not "make" eggs like men make sperm. Women have a set number from birth, so when we run out of eggs we inter into menopause.
a woman has 1069 eggs in her body
Fish are born in eggs
Women are born X amount of eggs (ovum) that are released on a 28 day (usually) cycle from puberty until menopause. After menopause no more eggs are released and any remaining are non fertile.