What Happens To The Dominant Egg In Post-pubertal Females?

The dominant egg in post-pubertal females continues developing, depending on the hormones for stimulation and growth. Upon the full maturation of the egg, the follicles which surround the egg bursts, releasing a mature egg that moves through the fallopian tube all the way towards the uterus. The egg can fertilize for a shorter duration, about 48 hours. During this time, if the egg is not fertilized, it will die, and in the upcoming week or so, a new cycle of egg maturation begins.

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