The body's natural hormones regulate the menstrual cycle.
Estrogens and Progesterone in the Ovaries
There are two hormones that are responsible for the regulation of the menstrual cycle. They are called estrogen and progesterone.
Estrogens and Progesterone in the ovaries"with a bit of wit"
They are the two main hormones regulating the menstrual cycle and fertility.
Progesterone and estrogen
The menstrual cycle occurs when the egg is not fertilised by sperms and comes out through the vagina in the form of blood and an egg. It is regulated by the ovary and the uterus.
An oral contraceptive (birth control) can do wonders in regulating a menstrual cycle.
Birth control has a number of objectives. These include: 1. Preventing pregnancy 2. Regulating the menstrual cycle 3. Acne treatment 4. Other medical treatments (such as problems associated with an irregular menstrual cycle)
estrogen and progesterone.
Hormones are responsible for the onset of menses. When the body produces enough hormones, the menstrual cycle begins.
The menstrual cycle is the reproductive cycle, as long as she is fertile she is always on her menstrual cycle. You can't tell where she is in her menstrual cycle unless she tells you.