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What are the functions of oestradiol?
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What are the functions of oestradiol?

Oestradiol is a female sex hormone that is synthesised by FSH in the granulosa cells of the oocyte. This hormone is important because it is involved in the development of the female reproductive system and the development of secondary characteristics.

Oestradiol is also responsible for follicular and endometrial growth to promote embryo implantation and thus pregnancy.

By (gynecologist), (reproductive endocrinologist), (embryologist), (embryologist) and (fertility counselor).
Last Update: 06/17/2022