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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Where Form 2220 Periods

Instructions and Help about Where Form 2220 Periods

Men are from Mars. Women are from Venus, and though we may share a planet and many other similarities, our bodies function in some majorly different ways. In this video, we'll take a look at some of those differences unique to women. Women between the ages of 12 and 50 years old undergo a monthly cycle in which their uterus prepares for pregnancy. It prepares for a fertilized egg to settle and grow into a baby. If pregnancy does not occur, the lining breaks down and is expelled from the uterus. This is known as menstruation. The menstrual cycle usually lasts about 28 days. During this period, women undergo drastic hormonal fluctuations as well as physical discomforts such as abdominal cramps, headaches, backaches, and general nausea. This has led to it being colloquially referred to as "the curse." The first stage of the cycle is menstruation and occurs if the egg has not been fertilized. This lasts between three to seven days and is more commonly known as a period. Because the egg has not been fertilized, the uterus lining, called the endometrium, is not needed and hence it breaks down and is lost through the vaginal canal with some blood. The next stage is known as ovulation and is when the woman is most fertile. After menstruation, the lining of the uterus thickens up again in preparation for a fertilized egg, and inside the ovary, a follicle develops at about 14 days into the cycle. An egg is released from the follicle in the ovaries, and fertilization could take place. If the egg is fertilized and embeds itself in the thick uterine lining, menstruation does not occur, and the woman becomes pregnant. If it doesn't manage to embed, then the lining will break down, menstruation will occur, and the cycle is repeated. The...