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If you are on a fertility journey to start or expand your family, you know how special it is when conception takes place. Did you know…. When Sparks Fly So what happens when the lucky sperm finally gets to meet the egg? The magic of conception can happen any time in the week after sexual intercourse has taken place. Research has shown that visible zinc sparks are released along with calcium levels at the time of fertilization.
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To do so, the sperm cell must pass through a long and challenging path. Fig 1. The sperm cells gain their full ability to swim when they are ejaculated into the reproductive tract  , . Upon ejaculation, the sperm cells are enclosed in a fluid called seminal plasma or semen, which is a mix of fluids from the testes, seminal vesicles, prostate, and the bulbourethral glands. The fluid contains elements which protect the sperm cells during their journey towards the egg.
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Egg meets sperm
Clue is on a mission to help you understand your body, periods, ovulation, and so much more. Start tracking today. Only a tiny fraction of the sperm that entered the vagina make it to the fallopian tube. It takes about days for the fertilized egg to travel to the uterus and attach to the uterus in a process known as implantation.
While you release only a single egg each month, your partner releases millions of sperm in a single ejaculation — all with their eye on that single prize. But only one of those sperm will be crowned the victor, and the odds are stacked against fertilization. Luckily, egg and sperm have developed some pretty nifty tricks to give themselves a fighting chance.