## Multiple stable periodic solutions in a model for hormonal control of the menstrual cycle.

- Leona Harris Clark, Paul M Schlosser, James F Selgrade
- Bulletin of mathematical biology
- 2003

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@inproceedings{Chen2017AMM, title={A mathematical model for the human menstrual cycle}, author={Chih Ying Chen and Jonathan W. Ward}, year={2017} }

- Published 2017

A simple mathematical model framework is developed to describe the hormonal interactions of the human menstrual cycle along the hypothalamus-pituitary-ovaries axis. The framework is designed so that it can be readily extended to model processes that disrupt the normal functioning cycle. The model in its most basic formulation exhibits multiple periodic solutions, one of which shows the key characteristics of a menstrual cycle, whilst the others indicate possible abnormalities sometimes observed… CONTINUE READING

The model in its most basic formulation exhibits multiple periodic solutions , one of which shows the key characteristics of a menstrual cycle , whilst the others indicate possible abnormalities sometimes observed in women of reproductive age .

The model in its most basic formulation exhibits multiple periodic solutions , one of which shows the key characteristics of a menstrual cycle , whilst the others indicate possible abnormalities sometimes observed in women of reproductive age .

The model in its most basic formulation exhibits multiple periodic solutions , one of which shows the key characteristics of a menstrual cycle , whilst the others indicate possible abnormalities sometimes observed in women of reproductive age .