Pelvic Floor Exercise Prevention, Healthy Nutrition, and Exercise - A vaginal and uterine reduction occurs when the muscles and ligaments of the internal genital holding apparatus lose their elasticity and are no longer able to hold them in their anatomically correct position. Causes of a vaginal and uterine depression There are usually several factors involved in the … [Read more...] about How to Fix a Prolapse Without Surgery?
Many women and men wonder where the sperm goes once it enters the vagina. Others wonder if it is normal for the semen to come out once it has entered the vagina. Here are some answers to these and other questions related to male ejaculation. What is sperm? Sperm is the milky and gelatinous substance that leaves the man's penis during ejaculation, which occurs in the prostate … [Read more...] about Where Does Sperm Go During Pregnancy?
A rare but dangerous umbilical cord aura - An insertion velamentous is an anomaly in which the umbilical cord attaches (inserts) not to the placenta but directly to the fetal membranes - the amniotic sac. It is dangerous because the umbilical cord vessels, in this case, run freely over the membranes. Insertion velamentous - a rare umbilical cord … [Read more...] about How to Management Velamentous Cord Insertion?
Circulatory disorder in pregnant women - The Vena cava syndrome affects mainly women in the last weeks of pregnancy. If you are lying on your back, you may suddenly experience circulatory dizziness, dyspnoea, rapid heartbeat, and nausea. This is the large vena cava, also called vena cava, which runs to the right of the spine and transports blood back from the body to the … [Read more...] about What is Vena Cava Syndrome in Pregnancy?
The ultimate goal of sperm is to fertilize the oocyte. However, to get there, he has to go through a long and expensive journey. Many wonder how is this trip of the spermatozoon from ejaculation to fecundation. In this article, we detail it. Below you have an index with all the points that we will discuss in this article. The race of sperm Colloquially the path to … [Read more...] about How Long Does the Egg Wait for the Sperm?