3 weeks pregnant
A week after conception the fertilized egg is constantly divided, forming a blastocyst, a ball of about a hundred cells.
Once the sperm head undergoes the shell of an egg, the egg is fertilized. The egg and sperm each contain half of the genetic information; these two halves together form a single whole, which subsequently will become your child.
After fertilization, the egg begins the process of fission: one cell splits into two, then four, then eight, etc.
At the same time the fertilized egg due to the contractions of the muscles of the pipe and the movements of the cilia of the ciliated epithelium of the pipe moves through the fallopian tube to the uterus.
Your little one
After approximately 7 days after fertilization the ovum takes the form of a ball of approximately Continue reading