Luteal phase is the other name of
The correct option is D Secretory phase
In human females, it is estradiol (and perhaps other species of estrogen) and progesterone, which produce menstrual changes in the ovaries and uterus and throughout the body. The hormones involved in the menstrual cycle may also interact with the nervous system to modify the menstrual response. The total cycle may be divided into three parts: the menstrual phase (flow of blood), which lasts about 5 days on average; the follicular (or proliferative) phase, which follows the cessation of flow and lasts about 9 days; and the luteal (secretory) phase, which comprises about the last 2 weeks of the cycle.