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If you have a fertilized egg on the lining of the uterus can you feel the egg with your fingers?

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2015-07-16 18:23:07
2015-07-16 18:23:07

No you cannot feel the fertilized egg. You can't even see the fertilized egg with the naked eye because the egg is so small. It's microscopic.

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The lining of your uterus builds up over the month in preparation for an egg to be implanted when fertilized. If this does not happen your hormones start the uterus to contract and expel the blood. When your uterus contract severely you feel it as cramping in your lower abdomen.

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This is because the muscles in your uterus contract to flush out the uterine lining. When the muscles contract, that's when you feel "cramps".

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No. The reason you have your period is because you have an unfertilized egg in your uterus so your uterus wall will shed off blood, causing your period. If youre pregnant ( which means you have a fertilized egg growing in your uterus) then your uterus will not feel the need to shed off blood.

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Because during your period your uterus contracts which causes the cramping pain to expel the uterine lining. During labor the uterus does the same action to help deliver a baby.

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You cannot feel your uterus from the inside, pregnant or not.

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If you're new to menstruating you may not be able to tell for certain when your period has started unless you visit the bathroom, but once you've been menstruating for a while you learn to recognise the signs that you are due and know what it feels like. Menstruation is the shedding of the uterus lining, hormones cause the uterus to contract to push-out the uterus lining from the cervix, then the blood and tissue leave your body via your vagina. You may feel the uterus contractions or feel the blood pass out of the cervix, you could also feel the blood leaving the vagina - this will often feel like discharge only a little wetter as there is discharge plus the blood, and it tends to be warmer because the blood is coming from deeper within the vagina.

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A gynecologist can feel many things in the uterus besides the ovaries. They can feel fibroids, fallopian tubes and at times, a baby.

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For starters, he shouldn't be putting his penis into your uterus!! But into your vagina. Feel free to elaborate...

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The uterus feels like the inside of your vagina

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Press down between your belly button and top of your pubic hair... you should be able to feel where your uterus is. Always. Pregnant or not.

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You generally can't feel the top of your uterus until after 12 weeks. Before then the uterus is tucked behind your pubic bone. Of course if you are having uterine cramping, you can tell where the cramps are coming from.

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Its very unlikely. It takes 14 days AFTER sex until your body realizes its actually pregnant. So symptoms will occur 2-8 weeks after conception not 3 days after. It is possible though. Once fertilization occurs, the fertilized egg remains in the fallopian tube for 3 days. It then enters the uterus where it gets very close to the endometrium (lining of the uterus) and begins to invade this endometrium to implant. You can feel implantation cramping usually 6 to 10 days after ovulation. However it can happen a few days earlier or later.

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If you are pregnant and would like to see if you can feel your uterus, I would recommend laying down and pressing down towards your spine.. Most likely, you will probably feel nothing, however, it is a good reference point! The best time to feel your uterus is right after orgasm, that is when the uterus is hard and can be felt very eaisly! So after orgasm, lay down and try feeling for it, I am sure you will feel a hard round mass in your abdomen! Good Luck!

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your fingers feel tingly because the nerves in the fingers are very sensitive and respond to many things you should learn alot about this in middle school and high school

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No, a tampon cannot get into your uterus as the opening to the cervix (the bottom of the uterus) is too narrow for a tampon to get into. Your vaginal canal is essentially a dead-end as far as tampons are concerned, they can go no further than the vaginal canal. If you insert [clean] fingers vaginally you can feel for yourself that your vaginal canal is only so long ans there's nowhere for a tampon to go.

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No.Many women get cramps when they are ovulating but you will not be able to feel the act of fertilization.

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If you skip a period while on the birth control pill, the lining of the uterus didn't build up in the previous month due to the hormones in the birth control pill. Therefore, your body does not retain the blood from your period - there's no lining to retain. However, it is possible to remain or feel bloated.

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A boggy uterus is one that has a soft, mushy feel to it. A normal uterus, one that's not boggy, feels firm, like a muscle that's being flexed.

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The bleeding could be 2 things: 1. Simple pre-period spotting or 2. Implantation bleeding After your uterus releases the egg and it is fertilized by the sperm, the fertilized egg will implant itself into the uterine wall. Some women feel light cramps, have light 'spotting' and some have no symptoms at all. Good luck to you! :o)

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An enlarged uterus can be felt due to the pressure associated with the swelling. It can also be felt through a physical examination.

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When a baby is ready to be born, the mommy starts to feel labor contractions. The uterus squeezes and pushes the baby out of the uterus and into the world.

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i think it is very possible i feel that way now when an egg has been fertilized could that cause mild cramping


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