Feeling inside a mares vagina
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Functional Anatomy A correctly functioning reproductive tract is essential to the potential fertility of a broodmare. The mare's vulva should be washed, rinsed and dried before passing the sterile speculum into the vagina. There is, however, a basic cyclic pattern that "most" mares will follow. The luteal phase begins just following ovulation. If a mare has some type of uterine infection or is not exhibiting normal estrous cycles, her uterine tone may be compromised and be more flaccid. Two to three days following release of the ovum into the oviduct, a corpus luteum develops in the cavity where the follicle existed.
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The Chronically Infertile Mare
The oviducts, also known, as Fallopian tubes in humans, connect the uterine horns and ovaries. Next, palpate the hindquarters to each side of the tail head. Stage 1 is the preparation stage. If you see a nose, but no feet, call your vet. In diestrus, the vagina is typically pale and dry.
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Vaginal discharge related to heat cycle or infection
Stage 1 can last a few hours, or potentially days. Mares with a sutured vulva can easily be bred through artificial insemination. Progesterone continues to rise as the CL becomes more mature and is fully functional within five days. Finally, check the vulva. Typically, during the breeding season, a mare will have a day estrous cycle the interval from one ovulation to the next. The events occurring during the estrous cycle are controlled primarily by two sets of hormones, those from the pituitary gland, and those from the ovary. The ovulation fossa is a wedged shaped area on the concave side of the mare's ovary and is the only portion of the ovary from which the egg may ovulate.
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