When you ovulate, does each ovary take it in turns to release an egg?

No, although on average each ovary will over your lifetime ovulate about the same number of times, the ovaries do not take it in strict turns in every menstrual cycle to release eggs.

The moment of conception
Normally, only one sperm can break through the outer membrane of the egg; once the sperm enters the egg, the sperm loses its tail.

After six days, the cluster of cells develops a hollow cavity. Called a blastocyst, it attaches itself to the wall of the womb. Some cells grow into the womb''''s lining and the fetal life-support system (the placenta) begins to form.

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