Things you need to know about pregnancy and sterilization

Fertilization marks the entry of spermatozoids into the ovary unit. When the spermatozoid fertilizes the ovary unit, it has 46 chromosomes (23 from spermatozoids and 23 from the ovum). This is the most important event in the reproduction process. The chromosomes bear genetic data for the development of a new organism, including the sex of… Continue reading Things you need to know about pregnancy and sterilization

Sexual myths explained over time

You cannot become pregnant during unprotected sex if your partner pulls out his penis before he ejaculates. INCORRECT!Although your partner didn’t ejaculate, sperm can be found in the liquid that the penis secretes before the actual ejaculation. Just one spermatozoid is needed for the girl to become pregnant and that liquid may spread sexual diseases.… Continue reading Sexual myths explained over time