How sperm goes inside the vagina

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Reproduction is the process by which organisms make more organisms like themselves. But even though the reproductive system is essential to keeping a species alive, unlike other body systems, it's not essential to keeping an individual alive. In the human reproductive process, two kinds of sex cells, or gametes GAH-meetz , are involved. The male gamete, or sperm, and the female gamete, the egg or ovum, meet in the female's reproductive system.

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Whether you are trying to get pregnant or avoiding pregnancy, the biology of sex remains an uncomfortable, misconstrued topic, encompassing various myths. Although everyone is aware of how fertilization of egg causes pregnancy, the question here arises- how do you know whether sperm went inside you? On orgasming, a man ejaculates semen through his penis which leads to cum in the vagina. Semen contains millions of sperm cells that swim through the vagina and into the fallopian tube.

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Suarez, A. At coitus, human sperm are deposited into the anterior vagina, where, to avoid vaginal acid and immune responses, they quickly contact cervical mucus and enter the cervix. Cervical mucus filters out sperm with poor morphology and motility and as such only a minority of ejaculated sperm actually enter the cervix. In the uterus, muscular contractions may enhance passage of sperm through the uterine cavity. A few thousand sperm swim through the uterotubal junctions to reach the Fallopian tubes uterine tubes, oviducts where sperm are stored in a reservoir, or at least maintained in a fertile state, by interacting with endosalpingeal oviductal epithelium.
There are approximately million sperm in each human ejaculation, but only about 2 million sperm make it into the cervix. Out of the approximately 2 million sperm entering the cervix, only about 1 million make it into the uterus. The rest are stopped by gooey mucus, or swim into dead-end channels inside the walls of the cervix.