Pregnancy and childbirth What are the conditions for the occurrence of pregnancy

 The conditions for the occurrence of pregnancy are equal for men and women. The woman must be able to produce healthy eggs, and she must have open fallopian tubes in order for the fertilized egg to reach the uterus, and the endometrium must be able to germinate the embryo on its wall, and complete the growth and development process of the fetus, and a man must have healthy sperm. It has the ability to fertilize eggs in terms of number and movement, and the sperm ducts are intact. So that fertilization reaches the egg, and then it develops to form an embryo and pregnancy occurs.

Conditions for occurrence of pregnancy

The presence of a healthy vagina that can hold sperm.

No inflammation in the cervix to allow sperm to pass through.

The presence of a healthy, disease-free uterus that allows the fetus to implant in its lining.

The presence of healthy and open fallopian tubes; So as to allow pollination to occur in it.

The presence of healthy ovaries capable of producing eggs.

The absence of abnormalities in the endocrine secretions of the hormones responsible for stabilizing pregnancy.

The absence of antibodies against the sperm or the fertilized egg.

The most important things that affect pregnancy

The female reproductive system consists of the ovaries, the uterus, and the fallopian tubes, and for pregnancy to occur, the health of these organs must be confirmed, and their ability to perform their functions in order for pregnancy to occur.

Ovaries: The ovaries are located on the sides of the uterus, and their size is small, not exceeding 5 cm in length and 1.5 cm in width, and it is linked to the uterus by muscle fibers, and the main function of the ovaries is to produce eggs that are fertilized later and the formation of embryos, and the second function is the secretion of estrogen hormones responsible for the occurrence of the process Puberty, the hormone progesterone responsible for stabilizing pregnancy, and the testosterone hormone that a woman needs in small quantities for the growth and development of the female reproductive system. The infection of the ovaries with diseases such as polycystic ovaries, insufficient growth of eggs due to a lack of hormones or an imbalance in the pituitary gland are among the most important reasons that lead to the failure of pregnancy.

Fallopian tubes: located on the sides of the uterus, and they are gradual in breadth. So that it is narrow on the side of the uterus, and the part near the ovaries is wide and has cilia to be able to capture the eggs as they come out from the ovary, and inside the fallopian tubes there is a sticky substance that helps facilitate

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