Part Name Function Structure Reference Ovary Ovaries produces the hormone oestrogen which makes sure the uterus is prepared for pregnancy when reproducing because an egg is released so can be fertilised , overall has 2 functions which is to create oestrogen and eggs for fertilisation Ovaries are oval shaped and each side there are 2 of them which are connected to the uterus which is connected by fallopian tubes.
http://www.yourhormones.info/glands/ovaries/ Uterus The uterus is important as it carries and holds the baby until its ready to come out so when giving birth the baby is pushed out of the uterus The uterus is very strong with endometrium which is lining of uterus controlled by oestrogen and progesterone hormones that balance each other however if there is an unbalanced amount of oestrogen then this will increase risk of cancer in the womb which can be treated with a hysterectomy or chemotherapy because too much oestrogen can cause the endometrium cells to divide. Also Inside uterus there is the uterine cavity and can expand when pregnant so can hold the baby and is connected to fallopian tubes http://www.innerbody.com/image_repfov/repo11-new.html and https://www.
nhs.uk/conditions/womb-cancer/ Fimbriae Fimbriae help move the eggs into the fallopian tubes for fertilization These are connected to the ovary and contains cilia which are finger like which helps with the movement of eggs https://www.healthline.com/human-body-maps/fimbriae Fallopian tube This carries the egg cells from the ovary to the uterus for fertilisation Connect the ovaries and so egg cells can be transferred uterus together as a narrow tube http://www.innerbody.com/image_repfov/repo03-new.html Cervix The cervix helps blood from menstruation to come out and when pregnant the cervix os keeps the baby inside uterus until giving birth to the baby by closing up.
The cervix connects the uterus to the vagina and has narrow external and internal os which are the openings of the vagina and uterus and the endocervical canal which contains hair like cilia and moist because the endocervix produces mucus to help the sperms to move through the endocervical canal to the uterus for fertilisation, around the cervix is the ectocervix and this is hard skin like cells for protection https://www.jostrust.org.uk/about-cervical-cancer/the-cervix and https://www.
britannica.com/science/uterine-cervix#ref38369 Vagina The vagina connects to the uterus and this is how sperm enters for fertilisation and during menstruation blood flows out of there from the uterus also when giving birth the baby passes out of it. Vagina is a muscular canal which has a flexible lining and contains the vulva and labia which are the entrances also containing the hymen which can be torn as it surrounds the vaginal opening which is made of a thin tissue. https://www.webmd.com/women/picture-of-the-vagina#1