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Fallopian tubes

These are two tubes, each one stretching from one of the  ovaries (where egg cells are produced) to the  womb (also known as the uterus). These tubes are called Fallopian tubes. Once the egg cell is released from the ovary, the egg cell moves down through the Fallopian tube until it reaches the womb.

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