A miscarriage can occur at any time after the egg is fertilized, although it is not considered a miscarriage if the egg does not implant into the lining of the uterus. If the egg is fertilized but never implants, you will never even know you were pregnant or miscarried. Most miscarriages occur within the first trimester, but it is thought that many women pass a fertilised egg with their period without ever knowing it.
About 3 days after egg is released and intercourse is conducted. U will know ur pregnant two weeks after that. Example, egg release on 1st of month, then have sex in next 12 hours, egg is fertilized by the 4th of the month. It takes 72 hours after egg is released to b fertilized. A hit or miss situation every month.
12-48 hours. What's interesting is that sperm live longer, about 72 hours on average, so having sex in the few days before you expect to ovulate is also a good way to get pregnant. This means, of course, that sex is to be avoided/contraceptive precautions taken in those days if you're trying not to get pregnant.
The ovum lasts about 1 day after ovulation sperm wil last for upto 4 days in the uterus.
If the egg is fertilized that means pregnancy has taken place. Hence, no menstruation.
A miscarriage can happen at anytime from implantation of the fertilized egg up until the 20th week, but most of them occur in the first 8 weeks. After the 20th week, it is called a stillborn birth instead of a miscarriage. A loss of pregnancy during the third trimester (after 28 weeks) is usually called a premature stillbirth and not a miscarriage.
No. If the fertilized egg implants, no period will occur.
Once the egg is fertilized it remains fertilized until the egg is eaten, incubated or goes rotten and decays. It never goes back to being an unfertilized egg.
Usually in the womb but can also occur in the fallopian tube
A molar pregnancy is an abnormally fertilized egg. Molar pregnancies occur when the fertilized egg does not have any of the mother's chromosones, or the father's chromosones duplicate.
As long as the egg does not get fertilized it will come.
When the egg is fertilized it remains initially "detached" from the mother, On average one can expect implantation to occur about seven to ten days before ovulation.
It can happen as soon as the egg is fertilized or attached and you will never know you were pregnant. The most common is in the first trimester.