No, you have to ovulate to release the egg to be fertilized.
It takes place during the menstrual cycle, and the process is called ovulation. (Another name for the fertilized egg is a 'zygote') Ovulation is not a fertilized egg. Ovulation is the release of an unfertilized egg. The fertilized egg implants about 6-8 days after ovulation
The egg is not 'lost' the egg is released during ovulation, if not fertilized then it is reabsorbed into the body. Ovulation typically occurs two weeks before menstruation, but everyone is different.
If egg is not fertilized in 24 hours after ovulation,it break down and disappear
Ovulation is when a mature egg is released into a fallopian tube where it can be fertilized.
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An egg is released from an ovary. If the egg is not fertilized, it is discharged along with the lining of the uterus. If it is fertilized, embryotic developement begins.
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The woman becomes pregnant.
After you ovulate, your egg waits to be fertilized for apprx 24 hours. If the egg is fertilized, it takes the fertilized egg about 5-12 days to travel to the uterus and implant itself in the lining. I have read that the average time for implantation is 8 days past ovulation.
Ovulation pain occurs when someone is ovulating, when you ovulate if the egg is fertilized then you can conceive. It takes 6-10 days for a fertilized egg to implant itself, it's then that you are pregnant.
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.