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How Does Progesterone Affect the Menstrual Cycle? - Medical Animation

 

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How Does Progesterone Affect the Menstrual Cycle? - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: Rising progesterone levels cause glands in the lining to release fluid that feeds the fertilized egg. Progesterone also causes the thinned-out mucus in the cervix to become thick again, which prevents sperm from passing through.

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