The sperm enters the egg (conception) in the fallopian tube.
At conception, the sperm enters the egg and the DNA of the sperm merges with the DNA of the Egg cell.
The time in your cycle when ovulation occurs and therefore conception if there are sperm to meet the fertile ova.
No. Conception refers to fertilisation, the process where the sperm enters an ovum and the gametes fuse resulting in the formation of a zygote.
Life begins at the moment of conception, when the sperm enters the egg.
It takes about one second to get pregnant. When sperm enters the egg, conception occurs.
No. Pregnancy does not occur every time sperm enters the vagina, but only when there is at least one fertile egg is present along with the sperm. It all depends. If you're on the pill, the chance is little and sperm has to reach the eggs and there has to be penetration.
No, conception isn't possible during menstruation. During menstruation there is no egg present to be fertilised, although it's important to point out that a woman may still be fertile during menstruation: there may be fertile cervical mucus present, which can keep sperm alive in the vagina long enough so that there is still sperm present when a woman ovulates after menstruation.
Conception occurs when a egg is fertilised by a sperm.
In basic terms, an egg and a sperm are required. In natural conception, the woman must be fertile so that the egg has a place to attach to for nourishment. The sperm must also not be very defective.
Nobody can pinpoint the exact second of conception. Sometimes the sperm reach the egg in a matter of minutes, and sometimes it takes a few days. The CM isn't as runny after the fertile period is over.
Conception or fertilisation are both terms applied to the fusing of sperm and egg.
The biggest part of the sperm enters the egg first. The whole sperm eventually is in the egg.
The head of the sperm enters the oocyte. The flagellum remains outside.
Yes, sperm is needed for conception and pregnancy. The sperm must be delivered to the egg either naturally or with medical help. Without a sperm, the egg cannot be fertilized.Yes, you do. You need several million to be considered fertile, even though (usually) only one sperm fertilises the egg.
The testis grow in size during puberty. Also the sperm made by the testis becomes fertile.
Provided you are both fertile, and sperm enters your vagina during intercourse, you could easily become pregnant.
it is fertile for up to 4 days.
Sperm from a boy's penis must get inside the girl's vagina during her fertile time of the month. Usually, the penis becomes hard and enters inside the vagina, then the boy's semen, which contains his sperm, ejaculates into the vagina. If the sperm find an egg to fertilize, the girl becomes pregnant with a child. I say usually because the penis doesn't really have to enter inside the vagina to make the girl pregnant. Even a little sperm from the tip of the penis rubbed onto the outside of the vagina could find it's way inside and make the girl pregnant.
A fertilized cell is when a mature ovum (egg) is fertilized by a sperm. It becomes a fertilized cell. The sperm enters the ovum and the tail drops off. Then mitosis occurs and the cell continues to develop.
well at first it is see trough clear then it becomes wither and whiter until you are ready to be a 100% fertile