The female endocrine glands are the ovaries and, in pregnancy, the uterus. During adolescence, the ovarian hormones promote the development of the characteristics that make a woman womanly body curves, breasts, pubic hair, and so forth. In the developing and mature woman, a complex interaction of hormones from the pituitary, ovary, thyroid, and uterus controls the monthly cycle of ovulation, development and deterioration of the uterine lining, and menstruation. At about the age of fifty,. ovary function declines, as the woman loses her ability to reproduce and passes through menopause. Proper function of the female glands is necessary for sexual satisfaction, fertility, and relief of the symptoms of menopause. Poor nutrition is particularly likely affect the sexual glands. Since they are not vital to life, the body allocates nutr~ents first to other, more vital organs. If the drive is lacking, the sexual glands may receive less than they need, possibly leading to sexual or reproductive problems. The ovaries excrete the hormones essential for sexual development of the female body including the development of the uterus, vagina, and the enlarging of the breasts. Under stimuli from the pituitary gland, the ovaries excrete a single ovum or egg for fertilization. The hormones which cause this are the FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) and LH (luteinizing hormone). Through their stimuli a regular cycle of estrogen and progesterone excretion is maintained.
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