Right Time To Test?
r… Sorry to ask. When do you think the signs of pregnancy will appear after the sperm enters the uterus? Then, should every sign of pregnancy have nausea or vomiting?rnSo when is it better to do a peck test? Thanks
The process of pregnancy is an event that is quite interesting to know. When the sperm enters the uterus to coincide with the release of the egg from the woman's ovary, there will be a process called fertilization, namely the meeting of the egg cell with the sperm cell. Approximately 24 hours after fertilization, the fertilized cell will become a zygote which will divide actively until it reaches the uterus and attaches to the uterine wall (implantation), about 7-9 days after fertilization. Changes in the body have begun to be felt by a pregnant woman as early as the implantation period. Not all women experience the same signs of pregnancy as nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy, but one sign that is sure to be experienced is the cessation of menstruation.
The formation of the placenta (the placenta) will produce a hormone called beta-hCG. This hormone will be detected in the urine, starting 9-12 days after fertilization. So, it is recommended for accurate results to do a test pack after that time. Also make sure to follow the recommendations listed on the test pack so that there are no misinterpretations.
To add insight, you can read the following articles: the right time to take a pregnancy test, the process of pregnancy
I hope this information is helpful.
Regards, dr. Delvira