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2011-09-14 08:56:19
2011-09-14 08:56:19

You could have had a false negative pregnancy test or If the egg is not attached to the uterus It could mean the fetus will not survive so that's why it would have came up negative or its a tubal pregnancy which means the fetus is forming in the ovarian tubes which could cause miscarrage or VERY complicated pregnancy


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Yes, but they can live 3-4 days in the uterus.

Pregnancy happens when the sperm, fertilizes the egg and it attached to the uterus wall, after sex has happened

No. Even if she has her ovaries left there's no place for the egg to get attached to and the sperm can't get to them since the uterus is gone.

It takes about 3 days for the sperm to reach the egg and fertilize it in the fallopian tube and than another week for it travel to the uterus and get attached to the uterus wall.

It takes about 3 days for the sperm to reach the egg and fertilize it in the fallopian tube and than another week for it travel to the uterus and get attached to the uterus wall.

It is perfectly alright if you eat sperm because you get pregnant whenever sperm goes inside your uterus and fertilizes the egg but the digestive tract and female sex organs are not directly attached so it is physically impossible to get pregnant from eating sperm.

This is how it works in simple terms: A man puts his penis in a woman's vagina then the man ejaculates, or releases sperm. The sperm will travel to the uterus. The uterus is the center part of it. If the women has an egg that has traveled to the uterus from an ovary, the sperm will meet the egg and the egg will not accept any more sperm. The egg will be surrounded by walls of the uterus for protection and eventually the baby will grow. Then, the umbilical cord is attached where your belly button is. It gives the baby oxygen and what it needs. Eventually, the baby will be ready to come out.

The ovaries produce an egg which makes it way to the uterus via the fallopian tubes. The uterus is prepared for the egg to be attached to its wall. If the egg does not get fertilised by the male sperm, the uterus lining and the egg is shed. This cycle is repeated every month and is called the periods.

One ejaculation contains 200 million sperm but if all of them makes it to the uterus is hard to know.

No. They are far too small.

Ovum is fertilised in fallopian tube which is connecting to uterus . after fertilisation of ovum by sperm , fertilised egg then travel to uterus and get implanted .

The sperm travels from the penis into the vagina and from there it goes to the uterus to meet the egg.

No. You can only get pregnant by having sperm being released into your uterus

you have a problem, see your doctor

In humans, sperm and egg meet in the Fallopian tubes. The egg continues to move to the uterus. If the egg was fertilized, it will stay in the uterus and grow.

It is possible for those sperm to find their way into the uterus and cause pregnancy.

Yes, but in opposite directions. Menstruation comes from the wall of the uterus, through the cervix and out of the vagina. Sperm comes into the vagina, through the cervix, enters the uterus, enters an egg and implants on the wall of the uterus.

It must be placed near the mouth (cervix) of the uterus (that's what the penis is for), and then it swims through the uterus and up a fallopian tube.

When an egg is not fertilized by sperm, this causes the breakdown of the uterus lining. It is known as menstruation.

in the fallopian tubes or uterus.

removing of sperm and placing it in the uterus ;D

The tube that leads from the ovary to the uterus is that fallopian tube. This is where the sperm meets the egg during fertilization, the egg then travels from there to the uterus.

The uterus is normally where fertilization takes place; the ovum drops down through the fallopian tubes into the uterus, the sperm enter the uterus by means of sexual intercourse, and the sperm and the ovum meet there. There are also cases in which an enterprising sperm cell manages to swim up a fallopian tube and meets an ovum that is on the way down, which can result in an ectopic pregnancy, which is a dangrous situation.

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