- What is a fetus?
- How are embryos formed?
- The union of sperm and egg cells produce a zygote ?
- what is fertilization? what process must occur in order for fertilization to take place?
- When does implantation occur and what does implantation mean?
- What is the reason for twin baby born?
- What to do if twins are small babies or how common are complications of twins?
- Can you find out if you are having twins or how to tell if you are having twins?
- How many weeks are twins born?
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Formation and growth of the fetus in the mother’s womb ?
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How do egg and sperm meet or fertilize?
One egg matures in each of the two ovaries in women every month. This egg is usually released from the ovary during the first 2 weeks of the next period. Current flows through the fallopian tubes to the uterus. As a result, the egg released from the ovary enters the fallopian tube. If the egg meets the sperm while traveling through this tube to the uterus, it is called fertilization. Life starts from here. During intercourse, sperm are released from the penis, usually at the top of the genitals. Sperm has a head and a tail. By this tail, they pass through the uterus to the fallopian tubes. And if there is an egg in this fallopian tube at that time, it is likely to be fertilized. Only 1 sperm can fertilize an egg. Yet millions of sperm are released with each ejaculation.
When does implantation occur and what does implantation mean?
The treated egg then, at that point, moves from the fallopian cylinder to the uterus.It takes six days to reach the uterus. After reaching the uterus, it penetrates the endometrium of the uterus. This is called implantation. Then it gradually grows there and transforms into a full-fledged human child. It takes 12 weeks for a human baby to take shape after the baby’s various organs have formed.
What is a fetus ? and how are embryos formed?
During the first 8 weeks of being in the mother’s womb, the baby is called a fetus. From this 8 weeks to the moment before the child is born, it is called Fetus (Foetus).
The reason for having twins or the way to have twins? Why are there twins?
When a person carries many babies at the same time, it is called multiple pregnancy. Twins are found inside this multiple womb. It has two young babies in its womb at the same time. two types of twins. 1. Biovular with her 2. Uniovular (Uniovular) twins. Binocular twins are also found among these two types of twins. In this process, two separate eggs are fertilized by two separate sperm. This type of twinning is hereditary and as the age of the mother increases, so does the chance of having this type of twinning. Since such twins are formed from two separate eggs, such twins can be of the same sex or of different sexes. On the other hand, in case of univular twins, a single fertilized egg splits into two separate parts. And so, such twins are always of the same sex, i.e. two boys or two girls.
What to do if you have twins or how common are complications of twins?
Maternal and infant complications are more common in multiple pregnancies than in singleton pregnancies. Children have a higher risk of complications before maturity. As a result, the chances of death of the newborn increase. On the other hand, excessive bleeding after delivery is significant among the mother’s risks.
Can you find out if you are having twins or how to tell if you are having twins?
Ultrasonography is the oldest method of diagnosing multiple pregnancy. Multiple pregnancies can be diagnosed almost 100% with this test at 16-18 weeks of pregnancy.
How many weeks are twins born?
How many weeks are twins delivered: Usually, delivery can take place at 37-38 weeks. A typical singleton takes 40 weeks.
In case of multiple pregnancy it is advisable to follow the advice of specialist doctor from the beginning. As such wombs are more likely to produce small babies before maturity. Therefore, it is recommended to consider delivery in clinics with good preemie care facilities.