Can a fetus get attached to the outside of a uterus?

Answer A fetus can attach and grow outside the womb in a dangerous condition known as ectopic pregnancy. The fetus usually attaches to the fallopian tubes, but other spots where a fetus, usually non-viabl... Read More »

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When does the fetus attach to the uterus?

According to MedlinePlus, a fetus attaches to the lining of the uterus approximately six days after conception. At this point, the fetus is actually referred to as a blastocyst, a ball of cells abo... Read More »

Does the fetus grow in the uterus?

The uterus is a hollow, pear-shaped organ that is part of the female reproductive system. The fetus grows in the uterus prior to birth, during which time the uterus helps provide the fetus with nut... Read More »

Ok you had sex a week before your period was due but you got it early is it possible that the egg was fertilized and hasn't attached to the uterus and be expelled during your period?

Answer If you had sex a week before your period it is unlikely any egg was around as most women ovulate two weeks before a period. It has been ascertained that about 50% of fertilised eggs DO pas... Read More »

Why a 7 month old fetus has more chance to survive after premature delivery than an 8 months old fetus?

Answer well since i been doing research on fetuses, my girlfriend is pregnant i believe that a 7 month old fetus can survive preterm birth because of development, so does the 8 month old fetus, but... Read More »