Pregnancy and childbirth, how pregnancy occurs

 How to get pregnant

In every ejaculation, a man ejaculates a semen fluid that contains millions of sperms, and semen can be described as a sticky white liquid, and if the ejaculation takes place in the woman's vagina (in English: Vagina), as a result of having sex without a condom or a condom, sperm travel from the vagina to the cervix (in English: Cervix), then to the fallopian tubes (in English: Fallopian Tubes) through the uterus (in English: Uterus). A woman's body should stay alive for about five to seven days. On the other hand, the woman releases a mature egg every month during a process known as ovulation (in English: Ovulation), and this egg can stay in the female’s body for approximately 24-36 hours, and if we assume that sexual intercourse took place on Saturday, and the ovulation process was on Wednesday, then The meeting of the sperm with the egg may occur on Thursday, so it can be said that intercourse on the day of ovulation or the five days preceding the day of ovulation can result in the occurrence of pregnancy. [1] [2]

When the sperm meets the egg, it produces a fertilized egg, or what is known as a zygote, and this process is known as fertilization, then the fertilized egg begins to divide during its travels through the fallopian tube to form a blastocyst after five Days, then this blastocyst moves to the uterus to implant in it during a process known as implantation, and at this exact moment it can be said that the woman is pregnant, and medical methods can detect the occurrence of pregnancy at this time, and as the blastocyst continues to mature, it becomes an embryo. : Embryo), and after a few weeks the embryo grows into a fetus. It is worth noting that pregnancy may occur through In Vitro Fertilization. Where the egg is fertilized with sperm outside the woman's body, then the doctor transfers the fertilized egg to the woman's body to start the pregnancy process.

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