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Can Another Mans Sperm Change The Perternity Of Your Child While Its Still In The Womb
No: As soon as an egg is fertilized by a sperm, a process takes place in which the egg releases granules that prevent more than one sperm from fertilizing the same egg. The fused egg and sperm is now called a zygote and is impenetrable to other sperm. From this point on, there is no chance that the paternity of the growing child can be affected. ...Read more
If a woman's egg is fertilized by a sperm and it doesn't reach the womb, there will be still menstruation?
Is it possible to have a paternity test done while the baby is in the womb? If so will it hurt the baby?
Yes: There is testing available now and it is considered safe. ...Read more
False: Sperm can pass through uterus into fallopian tube in as little as 30 minutes ; fertilization can take place in less than an hour. Fertilization takes place in fallopian tubes ; not in the womb. The fertilized egg udergoes a few divisions feore iot reaches ; implants into the womb. ...Read more
30 - 60 minutes: Sperm can pass through uterus into fallopian tube in as little as 30 minutes ; fertilization can take place in less than an hour from entry thru the cervix. This is length of time sperm normally spends in uterus. Fertilization takes place in fallopian tubes ; embryo inplants in the womb. The fertilized egg udergoes a few divisions feore it reaches implants into the womb. ...Read more
My friend at work says his child was born from swallowed sperm. A couple doctors say small intestine can transport sperm to the uterus by blood. True?
Health Tap: No. This is not true. It is false. Completely. This appellation is not here for entertainment or for jokes. This question represents an abuse of this system. You do not need a physician to tell you how absurd this 'myth' is. ...Read more
Paternity testing: Not without putting long big needle directly into the uterus to get cells from the baby to do paternity testing. Please discuss with your OB. ...Read more
Sometimes: Some conditions may be diagnosed or suspected based on prenatal genetic testing or ultrasounds. One example is down syndrome, which is a chromosomal disorder that can be diagnosed by amniocentesis. However, many disorders cannot be detected until birth or afterwards as the baby grows and develops. ...Read more
I was wondering what are some breathing or heart problems a baby can have when it is still in the womb?
I am having weird uterine spasms. We are trying to have a baby and I feel as if my uterus is trying to get the sperm out. Is this possible?
Doubtful: Don't try too hard. Relax - begin on day 10 from the first day of menses and have intercourse every other day thru day 16. It tends to happen when you are not trying. You might want to get checked for a UTI - these often happen when intercourse is frequent so the term "honeymoon cystitis". ...Read more
Going on 28weeks pregnant still not really feeling movement does this mean Down syndrome? Baby with down syndrome does it move less in womb?
Not characteristic: Down syndrome fetuses usually kick just fine. You should see a perinatologist for a targeted ultrasound, if your dates are correct. Perhaps you are not as far along as you thought? Have you had obstetric care? Lack of movement at 28 weeks suggests either lack for amniotic fluid prohibiting fetal movement, or a neuromuscular or other condition preventing the fetus from kicking. ...Read more
I'm 26 had baby 4 mths ago, had first period then missed one, then non stopped bleeding 3wks+ got think womb lining on medication still not stopping?
Call your OB: You may need to be re-examined and an ultrasound ordered to determine why you continue to bleed. ...Read more
Isn't it still possible for the sperm to get into the uterus if one is on implanon since it's not 100% effective? If a female ispregnant, will implanon kill the fetus?
Been trying conceive & u had sex 2 days ago on my fertile days but I'm not ovulate yet. How long sperm alive inside of My uterus? Can I still get preg
Sperm can stay alive: From 3-5 days inside the vaginal vault/ uterus. The best method of conception is via ovulation charting, which uses the body's basal temperature rise that correlate with ovulation to predict when you will ovulate each month. This method sidesteps the irregularity built into many women's menstrual cycle. Then maximize the sperm contact with ovulation 3 days before and 3 days after. Best of luck ...Read more
If Clomid (clomiphene) changes viscosity of cervical mucous preventing sperm from swimming up to the uterus why do docs prescribe this for woman trying to conceive
Clomid (clomiphene): Clomid (clomiphene) stimulates egg production, which increases the chances of having a fertilized egg. The prevention of sperm swimming to the uterus is not normally a problem- clomid is often prescribed before an IUI procedure. Other times it is used to monitor if egg production can be driven with medicines (clomid challenge). ...Read more
What enzymes?: I suppose the answer depends on what enzymes you were taking and why. No medication or supplements should be used in pregnancy unless prescribed by your doctor for a specific medical purpose. The risks and benefits of each medication should be discussed and evaluated before use. ...Read more
End of 1st trimester: The unborn fetus begins to accumulate meconium beginning at 12-16 weeks gestation until birth. The unborn baby does not normally excrete meconium stools while in the womb. Such passage is often a signal of fetal distress. Meconium is formed from swallowed amnionic fluid, intestinal secretions such as bile, & cellular debris. It can continue to accumulate throughout fetal development. ...Read more
No: The mucus plug is just mucus. It will not stop a baby from coming out. ...Read more
Fetal Heart Beat: At about 5 weeks gestation, your baby's heart begins to beat. Even though you can not hear the fetal heartbeat until week 9 or 10, ultrasound is able to see a beating heart much sooner. An ultrasound can pick up the heartbeat as a 'flicker' in the chest as early as four weeks after conception (6 weeks pregnant from last menstrual period). If it is not seen then fetus may not be alive. ...Read more
My first child / her third is riding high in the womb are there any risks we should be concerned with?
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