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What Happens To The Sperm That Are Not P
Could you tell me what happens when there is no sperm to act on in case of emergency contraceptives?
Please explain if it is possible to retrain the muscles that control what remains of our nictitating membrane so that it can be used?
Not possible: Humans do not have a nictitating membrane nor even the remnants of a nictitating membrane. So no amount of muscle training can cause any change in an absent structure. ...Read more
I would like to know what are the chances that a wrong sperm gets used in IUI procedure.How do we be careful that such a mishap does not happen.
AI: It is impossible to say that it can not happen, but using a reliable certified lab should diminish the chances to a minimum of that happening. ...Read more
What happens if the person is bloodgroup a, why doesn't he/she have an antibody in their plasma(which we all know) but what is the reason?
Tolerance: This occurs through what is called "tolerance" where your body exposes B-cells and T-cells to your cells and renders those that react non-reactive or kills them. This keeps your body from mounting an immune response (including producing antibodies) to your own cells, including your blood cells. ...Read more
If you have a heart attack, what are the chances that it will be fatal and what are the chances that you will survive it?
I read that you have millions of B cells. How does one B cell find the right specific antigen it fits to if there's so many of them?
Antigens get held...: Each B cell recognizes only 1 unique antigen. We need > 1 million B cells to ensure most antigens are recognized. Collectively, B cells could likely recognize any organic molecule that could exist. The process does not rely on random encounters. Specialized cells trap and hold antigens where circulating B cells get the chance to recognize them. ...Read more
If someone is told that there heart is only working at 5% what does this mean and what can happen to the person if this is so?
For the karyotpying test.. What if you and your spouses chromosomes are good but when put together abnormal. What does that mean?
Recessive: May be a recessive gene being expressed. You should discuss with your genetic counselor. ...Read more
Symptoms: No disease can still be eating you alive even tho you have no symptoms. ...Read more
What exactly is genes or DNA and if there is any method to decode one's DNA & will the preson doing it be able to know up to what age one can live?
If your number 2 is not the color it suppose to be what does that mean pleaz help and u are not on any medicine?
Stool color may: Change in response to different health issues. Black, tarry & malodorous stools may be seen with GI bleeding. White stool may be seen w hepatitis, cirrhosis, or obstruction of a bile duct . Green stool can be due to rapid transit time in the GI track. Orange stool may be seen w iinadequate bile, gallstones, blocked bile ducts, irritable bowel & diarrhea are possibilities especially w sxs. ...Read more
Is it true there are ways that can decide the gender of the baby before conceiving? If so, what r the ways to conceive a boy
No: There are no ways to do this at home, it's pure folklore. ...Read more
Use protection: Most studies have shown low levels of sperm or no sperm in pre-ejaculate. Sperm are usually not motile. One small study published in 2011 showed that there are some individuals with a high sperm count in pre-ejaculate. See: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3564677/ ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is tested when you are asked to give a stool sample? Is there something that alerts them to any types of cancer in the test?
Blood in Stool: The most common test would be for blood in the stool. This can be a sign of colon polyps or cancer. It is also possible to test for certain types of intestinal infections in a stool sample. Stool blood testing is commonly done on people who have no symptoms. Testing for infection is usually part of the evaluation of symptoms (such as diarrhea). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ampulla: Because fertilization almost always occurs in the ampulla. ...Read more
If Sperm Last For 3 to 5 Days What Happens To The Sperm If You Have Sex Before Or During Your Period Does It Die Or Just 'hang' Around For Days?
Does not matter: It tries to swim to the place it is designed to find. The ovary. But there is no egg there and with time it dies. ...Read more
Infection: Probably nothing, but infection possible.Get a more detailed answer ›
Speculation...: Experience suggests any factors promoting warmness around the sac like sauna, working around furnace, tight underwear, varicocele, etc. have been suspected and speculated to contribute impairing sperm motility and count. Since correcting such events is within easy reach in medical practice, eliminating these factors is advised in dealing with male infertility and proved to be beneficial for some. ...Read more
If sperm stays in a woman for 5 days and say my us on 12/12/13 that dated me 9w1d and was 5 days off earliest sex could've happened was 10/13/13?
Here are some ...: The semen from frequent ejaculation such as daily is less coagulated with less volume than one ejaculated every 3-7 days or longer so appearing a little more watery; as well, it may look less whitish than the counterpart and contains less number of sperms. Otherwise, it is functionally indifferent - okay so nothing to worry about it. ...Read more
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