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Learn the signs of egg fertilization

Where fertilization takes place, by merging the egg with the sperm to form what is called a zygote, and fertilization takes place either inside the woman's body naturally or outside it using reproductive assistive techniques such as IVF, although there may be slight differences between both processes, except The final result will be the zygote in both of them, and the fertilization process that occurs naturally within the woman’s body requires that the sperm reach through the fallopian tube to the egg and merge with it, and thus changes occur on that egg that do not allow any other sperm to enter, and it should be noted that The child’s genes and sex are determined from the moment fertilization occurs. If the sperm fertilizing the egg contains the sexual chromosome, the fetus will be male, and if it contains the sexual chromosome X, the fetus will be female.

Symptoms of egg fertilization:
  • Absence of menstruation: the absence of the menstrual cycle in women is considered one of the most visible and noticeable signs of early pregnancy by women.
    • Feeling breast pain when touched: Women may notice swelling in the breasts or feel pain when touching them, as a result of changing hormones they have.
    •  Mood swings: Women may become more sensitive than usual due to the hormonal changes that accompany pregnancy.
    • Aversion to some types of food: Here, it is possible for women to become more sensitive to some odors and foods and alienate them.
    • Bloating: It occurs as a result of some hormonal changes that a woman may experience bloating.
    • Constipation: as changes in hormones can slow the movement of the digestive system in a woman's body.
    • High body temperature: where two days after ovulation, due to the effect of the progesterone hormone secreted at ovulation, and when observing a change in body temperature after several months, the date of ovulation can be predicted before its temperature rises, which can be measured using any type of thermometer; provided that the same scale is used Every time, measuring from the same place in the body.
    •  Notice changes in nature: Causes of cervical mucus by the time of ovulation cause it to become transparent, more liquid than usual, and similar in color to egg white. Feeling a pain similar to menstrual pain on one side of the lower abdomen, and this pain results from the rupture of the egg follicle, from which the egg is released once a month.

    Signs of fertilizing the egg and starting a pregnancy:
    When pregnancy occurs, several changes occur in the woman's body, some of which may appear at an early stage of pregnancy, that is, when the fertilized egg is implanted in the lining of the uterus, and these signs may be delayed by several weeks, and their appearance depends on the nature of the woman's body; sometimes all signs may appear In other cases, only a few appear, and here is an indication of the most common of these signs:
    1. Mild bloody bleeding or dropping of a few drops of blood due to the implantation of the fertilized egg in the lining of the uterus, in addition to the sensation of some contractions in the abdominal area.
    2.  A dark color appears in the aura surrounding the nipple, which is considered normal during pregnancy.
    3.  Feeling tired, and wanting to sleep, because of the high levels of the hormone progesterone.
    4. Changes in the breast, as it begins to swell, with the possibility of feeling a slight pain when touched, and the color of the nipple changed, so that it tends to brown. Feeling nauseous at different times of the day, especially in the morning, and nausea may begin early in pregnancy, or be delayed a few weeks, and some women may never suffer from nausea during pregnancy.
    5. Vaginal secretions become transparent or white, and these secretions are mucous masses secreted in the area of ​​the cervix to protect the fetus during its development.
    6. Feeling of dizziness and fainting, which may result from expansion of blood vessels, low blood sugar, and low blood pressure.

    Stages of fetal development inside the womb:
    The pregnancy period is divided into three stages, each of which represents three months, from which we will address the stages of fetal development according to each stage:

    The first third:
    As the first trimester of pregnancy extends from the first week to the 12th week of pregnancy, during the first month of this period the heart and lungs begin to develop, and the formation of the arms, legs, brain, and spinal cord begins and by the end of the second month, 8-10 major organs of the fetus body will be It has formed, and during the third month the muscles and bones begin to grow, and we show the future dental buds, and the fingers of the fetus grow, and the intestine begins to form, and the skin in this period is semi-transparent.

     The second third:
    As the second trimester of pregnancy continues from the 13th to 27th week of pregnancy, the fetus grows rapidly at this stage, and sometime between the 18th and the 20th week, ultrasound examination may reveal the gender of the child, and by the fourth month of pregnancy Eyebrows, eyelashes, nails, and neck are all formed, the skin appears in a wrinkled appearance, the kidneys begin to work and they can produce urine, and in the fifth month of pregnancy the child may become more active as the mother can feel his movements, but by the sixth month a layer of thin hair begins Covering the body of the fetus, the brain continues to develop secretly A, but despite the completion of the formation of the lungs at this stage, but they are not able to work yet.
    Third third:
    As this stage extends from week 28 to week 40 of pregnancy, by the seventh month of pregnancy, the fetus can respond to light and sound, but during the eighth month the fetus gains weight very quickly, and bone hardening begins, but the skull remains somewhat flexible to facilitate the birth process , As the ninth month of the fetus prepares for childbirth by descending the head down from the pelvis in a woman, and it should be noted that the lungs are fully matured at this stage, to prepare for work on their own.