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Posted 22 February 2014 - 07:36 PM

I have heard that the egg dissolves after ovulation. If that were true the after ovulation would not be part of the fertile window and it obviously is. So Do not beleive people when they say "The egg dissolves in the uterus". Another reason why that isn't true is the hatching before implantation during pregnancy.

 

 

If I know that those people are lying and have even owned my disagree why do they still say that after ovulation the egg dissolves in the uterus?

 

 

Also I have heard that the egg cell is the largest cell in the body, so large in fact that you can see it with the naked eye. and before pregnancy it is like close to 1/1000th of an inch which is just barely visible and in fact some people say you can't see it.

 

 

They might say they know a lot about females but what the are saying are lies so never ever trust someone who says that.



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Posted 22 February 2014 - 11:12 PM

I don't know where you heard these things, but I thought it was more or less accepted that the egg is still present and is shed with the endometrium.  It does however only remain fertile for a short time post ovulation, which can be some time (weeks) before menstruation.  The fertile window refers to time where it is possible that sometime within that roughly 6 days where the condition of the cervical mucus and ovulation coincide, and hence you have a theoretical chance of conceiving.

 

The egg is visible to the naked eye - about 0.1 mm or 100 um.  For normal "20-20" vision, the eye has a resolution of about 55 um at 25 cm.



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Posted 23 February 2014 - 03:45 PM

A lot of medical websites say that the egg dissolves in the uterus after ovulation and I know for a fact that it lodges into the uterus and does not dissolve because these 2 things disprove that hypothesis:

 

Possibility of getting pregnant after ovulation

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the hatching of the egg from the protective coating just before implantation during pregnancy

 

I have 20-18 vision and I can't see any of my eggs during the first or second day of my period because there is so much tissue and blood blocking my sight of the egg.

And I have heard that a human hair is about .1 mm and that an egg cell is closer to 1/1000 inches or a thou and they say "a thou is not visible" when it is actually visible but just barely.


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Posted 24 February 2014 - 12:18 PM

I have 20-18 vision and I can't see any of my eggs during the first or second day of my period because there is so much tissue and blood blocking my sight of the egg.

And I have heard that a human hair is about .1 mm and that an egg cell is closer to 1/1000 inches or a thou and they say "a thou is not visible" when it is actually visible but just barely.

So it's not that you can't see the egg, but more that it is likely to be obscured - looking for a usually single 0.1 mm translucent spheroid against a background of blood, mucus and tissue, your chances of spotting it (or them) are relatively low.  Besides, it could come out in the later stages of the period, or it could be that you don't release an egg every cycle, which is also quite common.



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Posted 24 February 2014 - 03:16 PM

I have midcycle pain almost every month and menstrual pain every month. I associate the midcycle pain with the egg coming out of the ovary or ovulation.



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Posted 24 February 2014 - 03:32 PM

Well then, all I can say is good luck with the egg searching, hopefully you'll see one one day.






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