Some Useful Biology  

starlight_runner 39F
817 posts
3/17/2006 8:07 am

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3/21/2006 7:01 pm

Some Useful Biology

I am so so amazed at some peeps lack of understanding of female issues for want of a better word.So heres a quick refresher on bio 101 for those who were sitting at the back of the class playing with the building blocks:

Biology 101 - The Female Cycle

Of course, it's important to realise that although this is a typical cycle, it is certainly not set in stone. Every woman follows her own individual rhythm.

Day 1: Your period begins, expelling the unfertilised egg, cells and blood that fed it out through your cervix. Your body's oestrogen level is now at its lowest.

Days 2-5: Follicle Stimulating Hormone prompts your ovaries to start producing oestrogen again, causing one of the eggs in your ovaries to start developing.

Day 6: By the sixth day of your cycle (by which time your period is probably over) the new egg is maturing and getting ready for ovulation.
Days 13-14: It's ovulation time! The new egg is mature and leaves the follicle. You may feel a cramp during ovulation and even get a tiny drop of blood.

Days 15-18: As the egg travels down your fallopian tube, your oestrogen levels drop and progesterone levels begin to rise.

(Note: It's well worth remembering that, you are most likely to get pregnant 12-17 days after the start of your period, so be extra careful with contraception.)

Days 19-20: The progesterone thickens the fluid around your cervix and your uterus builds up its protein, sugar and blood supplies to nourish the fertilised egg.

Days 21-28: Your progesterone and oestrogen levels are still rising and you know what that means - sore breasts, bloating and big, bad moods! If the egg is unfertilised, your hormone levels will drop, the egg and lining will dissolve and your period will begin.

Remember that being on the pill will control your cycle in a very different way. If you're unsure how, check the information inside your pill packet, or ask your doctor for a quick reminder about how your cycle is affected.

So take heed get in tune with peeps cycles and I can assure u you will have a much easier life.

Kisses Star

HBowt2 58F

3/17/2006 9:35 am

and they say women aren't predictable.....

dirty1322 43M
8 posts
3/17/2006 11:30 am

I think in general men are somewhat ignorant of female biology especially and I tend to think that is somewhat intentional especially here in the states the education system is run and cirriculum taught is run mainly by men and female biology tends to be ignored or at the very least glossed over a good part of this also needs to be attributed to our(usa)puritanicalvalue system which tends to make women second class citizens when will we learn

pleasureyourclit 66M
836 posts
3/17/2006 12:58 pm

MMM one doesn't understand all the things that come with a woman until you either you lived together for quite some time or married.. dating and going home later does show you all the little things that make women what they are.

im_your_man77 39M
961 posts
3/17/2006 1:10 pm

Feel like I've just entered a biology class. Anyway nice blog, first time I've been here.

horny4770 60M
8158 posts
3/17/2006 1:53 pm

I don't think bio 101 was even offered back in the day or else just too busy with the blocks. lol Good lesson and good post!

interested13563 53M
2557 posts
3/17/2006 1:54 pm

Thanks for the info. Generally known but always welcomed!

expatbrit49 62M

3/17/2006 5:43 pm

Um so which part is it when you bitchy towards men

Thank You for Your Time and Attention

whiskey136 65M

3/17/2006 9:16 pm

Lets meet and have sex - I understand all of this and respect it.
a womans body is a very complex unit and a very sweat injoyable sexual

toothysmile 50M
16515 posts
3/18/2006 5:18 am

Thanks for the reminder.
So, when should I keep my mouth shut again?...

MyRealLoverOne 46M

3/18/2006 12:19 pm

Thank you for that friendly reminder! lmao....

Wordsmith2004 36M
7233 posts
3/18/2006 4:15 pm

A guy wants to have some "quality time" with you while you're on the "rag" huh?

Silly rabbit!

No no him...not're CUDDLY rabbit

well after the period part lol

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mjtrcc 53M

3/18/2006 5:06 pm

I just always keep a calendar and make sure there's chocolate in the house and things work fine.

fun4allin2006 53M
1583 posts
3/21/2006 2:49 pm

You know, I have been looking for the instructions for some time and didn't know who to write. Thanks for the refresher...


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