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Human Female Egg Size
What should be the normal size of female egg on the 14th day? Did the size of female egg effect fertility ?
Unfortunately, no: The size now is what it always will be. Don't be tempted to waste money, time, or energy on any of the quack remedies you can find online or offered by unscrupulous providers. ...Read more
To a limited: extent. After puberty, growth hormone secreting tumors can lead to changes in jaw and head dimensions. This is called acromegaly. Why do you ask? Hopefully you're not taking growth hormone without a medical reason, as this is stupid and dangerous. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Ejaculate or : Pre-ejculate can fertilize the female's egg.Get a more detailed answer ›
What is the bone mass of an average 20 year old male and female? Female weighs 166.2 and the male weighs 195.5
15% of weight: A good ballpark is bone mass is about 15% of your weight. ...Read more
Lots: Many hormones regulate reproduction. Fsh and LH help to grow and mature the eggs. Tsh (thryoid hormone system) and prolactin (milk hormones) help regulate the environment of ovulation. Male hormones such as testosterone and dheas affect ovulation and implantation. This is just the beginning. ...Read more
Can male sperms travel from male to female through cloth in external environment(air)? Plz tell me life of sperms at outside the human body
Can ftm transgenders on testosterone without bottom surgery use their eggs with a sperm donor and fertilize another woman's egg?
Here are some...: The question is how and when a quality egg from you can be successfully harvested because you are on testosterone for FTM. Technically and realistically, it is extremely hard and impossible. Why do you have this question? Are you in a special relationship? I doubt if there is any expertise inside HealthTap who can answer your specific questions or concerns. ...Read more
What is the normal size of female egg at 14th day of period? Did the egg size matters to concive?
0.14 mm: Is the average size of the ovulating egg, which occurs in mid-cycle between menstrual periods. The egg is able to be fertilized by one of the millions of small sperms (each @ 0.005 mm--not visible to naked eye) and is visible to naked eye. No, if it is a healthy egg, size does not matter--which is true about a lot of things in life_:). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If an egg split in 2 to make 2 embryos & 1 contained XY chromosomes but the other was missing the Y could that make identical male & female twins?
No: The female twin would be missing an "X" chromosome and would be a genotype of "XO".(Turner's Syndrome) ...Read more
Ha!: Sounds like a joke! What color was Napolean's white horse? Who's buried in Grant's Tomb? OK, the pen when new has 15 mg of growth hormone in it. The pen can deliver variable sized doses by dialing up the dose. I don't mean to sound trite. Was there something more you're looking for? Good luck. ...Read more
No and no: Many men have fathered children after reaching 80. The aging male produces less semen and and in some cases NO semen. There is very little evidence to say the sperm would be unhealthy, but there is evidence that says the sperm lose some of their fertilizing capacity as a man ages. This is evident to some degree in the Male having a vas reversal. Even with viable sperm preg does not occur. ...Read more
If deficient yes: Otherwise, it will just increase your risk of diabetes, headaches, fluid retention, etc. Of course there are many conditions where gh have shown efficacy despite lack of ghd per say (such as turners syndrome ). Talk with your endocrinologist if you are seeking such therapy to see if you qualify. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Frozen sperm. Fresh eggs. Both proven donors. Nulligravid 42 yo woman. Odds of conception after et with 3?
Very good: The odds are excellent as long as all other aspects of your workup have been negative. Pregnancy rate with 2 embryos can give a 70% chance. Replacing 3 embryos in this situation would not be suggested as long as the egg donor was 21-28. Most donors are not accepted over 30. The risk of triplets is quite high and would cause significant obstetrical issues such as prematurity, decreased fetal size.. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers