Also called the womb, the uterus is about the size of a small fist and is the place where a baby will grow during pregnancy.
Two hollow tubes on either side of the uterus. They allow the egg (ovum) to move from the ovaries to the uterus.
These are the main female reproductive organs. Thousands of eggs (ova) are stored in the ovaries from before birth. These eggs begin to mature at puberty. They produce the female hormones called oestrogen and progesterone, which cause the changes of puberty.
Lower opening of the uterus. During childbirth, the cervix stretches to allow the baby to come out.
Passageway from the uterus to outside the body. This is where sperm is deposited during sex, where babies travel through during birth, and where menstrual blood passes from the uterus to outside the body.
The membrane that partly covers the opening of the vagina.
Most sensitive “erogenous zone” and generally the primary anatomical source of human female sexual pleasure. It is located near the front junction of the labia minora above the opening of the urethra.