The Cause Of A Fertilized Egg Is Not Attached To The Uterus?
I have had my first child promos in early October. Already doing an egg enlargement injection and egg breaker. After the 25 October check schedule, at the time of the egg ultrasound I was still in the womb. And it hasn’t stuck to the uterine wall so the doctor hasn’t been able to conclude that I’m pregnant. I was given utrogestant again at a dose of 2 times a day and 1000 mg folavit. On the 26th I even got brown spots and on the 27th I even got my period. My question is, what causes the fertilized egg does not stick to the uterus? Are there supplements or food to support the attachment of eggs to the fetus?
Thank you for the question.
Before answering your question, it seems that you need to first understand how the process takes place from conception to pregnancy.
The mature egg cell will naturally be released from the ovary (ovary) to the uterus. This process, called ovulation, usually occurs 14 days before the day of forecasts for the next menstruation in women with normal and regular menstrual cycles. The best time to have sex is around the time of ovulation, or often also called the fertile period. That way, it is expected that sperm cells can fertilize an egg. Fertilization often takes place in the fallopian tube ampulla, which is a channel that connects the ovaries to the uterus. The results of fertilization between the egg and sperm cells will then continue to divide into more complex fetuses. Furthermore, in 1 to 3 days, then the results of this fertilization will be embedded in the uterine wall, and enlarge there until delivery time arrives.
If during the examination has not been detected the results of fertilization in the uterus, this possibility is indeed caused by the results of pembuhan that has not been attached to the uterine wall. Examination time is too early is the most common factor that causes this. For this reason, your doctor will usually recommend that you undergo a repeat examination 1 to 2 weeks later, while giving you a booster. In addition to taking these boosters, you also need to get plenty of rest, to consume a variety of balanced nutritious foods, not to have excessive sex, and to live a healthy lifestyle as we have explained in your previous thread. If fertilization does occur, then in your next examination schedule, the fetus or pregnancy sac should be observed clearly in your uterus.
However, please note, that the results of fertilization in the uterine lining do not appear to also indicate that fertilization did not occur. Maybe also, in fact there has been fertilization, it's just experienced a miscarriage.
Of course, the possibilities above cannot be detected solely based on online consultations like this. Therefore, again you emphasize, you need to check yourself back to the obstetrician who used to treat you huh ..
I hope this helps.