Twins

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Brother From Another Mother

I wonder most of the time how it would be to have a different life. The one thing you didn’t have that would entirely change your destiny. I am here to explain the life of being able to be cherish every moment with someone who has been in my entire existence except for a couple of hours. The only soul that I have shared with every smile with, and that I believe no one will understand me better; today, I will clarify the experience and the process of a twin; because, my fellow peers possibly might be having twins in the future since twins are increasing in population every year due to many factors of a woman. For Instance, being a twin is gift that’s irreplaceable; being able to produce twins can be as rewarding as anything else in this world. The process is easier said than actually going through it, but here it goes. The ovulation process is party of the menstrual cycle, when an ovary releases an egg it goes like this. There are 100,000 of follicles, each follicle has an immature egg in the center and the typical 28 day menstrual cycle begins on the first day; that is few follicles decide to grow at the same time that release a hormone called estrogen into the blood stream that prepares the lining of the uterus for pregnancy. Around day 7 all the follicles degenerate except for a one dominant follicle which continues to grow and nourish the egg inside it. Around day 12 the follicle releases a hormone into the bloodstream that reaches the pituitary gland which triggers it to release a huge surge of hormone into the blood stream , causes the follicle to grow a sudden growth spurt and right before ovulation the egg detaches from the inside of the follicle. The bulging follicle releases a chemical that attracts the end of the fallopian tubes to surround the follicle. The follicle swells until it is busted open and then the egg is released into the abdominal area in response it’s sucked in the tube. The fallopian tube gently moves the...
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