In order for natural conception to take place, three basic factors need to be come together: ovulation needs to take place, there needs to be an appropriate quantity of spermatozoa with appropriate mobility in the ejaculate and, in third place, the uterine tubes need to be permeable. The latter is essential in order for both gametes to join together (egg and sperm) and for fertilisation to then take place. […]
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