The tissue lining the inside of the uterus.
A structure that covers part of each testis and stores mature sperm cells
A hormone that is produced in the ovaries and plays a role in regulating ovulation and endometrial development
The penetration of the egg by the sperm and the resulting fusion of genetic material that develops into an embryo
In medical terms, an embryo becomes a fetus at about the end of the seventh week of pregnancy, after major structures (head, torso, limbs) have formed
A structure within the ovary containing the egg that is extruded at ovulation
A hormone that causes cells in the ovaries to grow. Sold under the name Follistim, Fertinex, and Gonal-F.
A variation of ART in which unfertilized eggs and sperm are placed together in the fallopian tubes, with fertilization taking place in the tube instead of a laboratory dish
Light bleeding or spotting that sometimes occurs when a fertilized egg (embryo) implants in the uterus