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Menstration is very important to women. It's important because this is the reason we can get pregnant and have babies! During menstration the uterus builds up a lining/"cushion" of nutrients for the egg to attach to. When the lining is all built up the egg is released from the ovary to the fallopian tube. The eggs is then fertilised in the fallopian tube. The fertilised egg (zygote) will then travels to the uterus, sits there and develops into an embro. If this doesn't happen then the lining and the egg are shed. This is called menstration. This starts in young girls around the age 11-13 and will repeat itself every month until all the eggs in the ovaries are released. Which is uaually between the ages of 45-60.

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Q: Is menstruation important to women why and what are the different changes happen in the female reproductive organs during menstruation?
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In boys, the increase in the size of testis is important. In girls, the start of menstruation is important.

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