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You are here : home > Pregnancy > Week-by-Week Fetal Development > Your Womb is Getting Ready

Week 2: Your Womb is Getting Ready

Week 2

The womb is getting itself ready to welcome the embryo and as the lining thickens, the mucus in the cervix becomes thinner to enable the sperm to swim through it easily.  It is very possible that you may have ovulated approximately on the last day of this week or the beginning of the next.

Ovulation occurs when the follicle ruptures and releases an egg or ovum, which is approximately 0.13 mm in size. This egg travels up the fallopian tube and survives for about 24 hours. This is your highly fertile period. If the egg is not fertilized within this time, it passes out the next time you menstruate. Which fortunately did not happen in your case.
 


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Name: hi
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how are u toda my name is emmanuel if u come call me on +00233248079882
 
Name: emmanuel
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how are u toda my name is emmanuel if u come call me on +00233248079882
 
Name: Subodh
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Good information! Keep posting such articles
 
Name: Loyla
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How long does this fertile period last?
 
Name: Meenal
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will i notice the changes that are taking place in my body after conception? what are the symptoms?


 

 
 
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