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Yes it is, it's called an ectopic pregnancy, and if you suspect this has happened you should seek medical advice as soon as possible, it will be very painful if this has happened and can be dangerous.

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Yes it is possible, and quite common, for a fertilized egg not to attach. This is how some (but not all) Birth Control pills work.

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You will have a early miscarriage and might not even notice it. It´s not dangerous.

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Q: Is it possible for a fertilized egg to not attach itself to the uterus?
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Where does a fertillized egg attach?

The fertilized egg will attach itself to the inner lining of the uterus, the endometrium, in most cases. In some instances, it may implant itself into the Fallopian tube, which results in an ectopic pregnancy that can be fatal to the mother and fetus.

Do all eggs reach the uterus?

No, all eggs do not reach the uterus. It is possible for an egg to be fertilized and implant itself in the fallopian tube, causing a tubal pregnancy.

If an egg is not fertilized it may implant itself in?

the uterus

What implants itself into a wall of a uterus during pregnancy?

Fertilized ovum implants itself on the wall of the uterus. It is called as zygote.

What inplants itself into the wall of the uterus during pregnancy?

The fertilized egg (embryo) impants itself into the wall of the uterus after conception.

A pregnant woman can't experience periods why?

When the egg don't get fertilized it will come out and since it will not attach in the uterus, the lining of the uterus will change and that is when you bleed. When you are pregnant there are no eggs dropped and the uterus is closed for the baby to be safe.

What is the nesting of a fertilized egg in the wall of the uterus?

A fertilized egg is a zygote for the first five days before becoming a blastocyst. It is during the first week after insemination that the zygote will attach to the uterine wall.

Where does a fertilized egg implant?

A fertilized egg implants into the Uterus.

What is it called when the fertalized edd attach to lineing if the uterise?

Assuming you meant '...fertilized egg attaches to the lining of the uterus' - the process is called implantation.

What happens to a released egg when it is fertilized and unfertilized?

if it is fertilized by sperm it becomes a zygote that embeds itself into the lining on uterus The placenta, which is especially prepared for this event once a month if it is not fertilized it breaks down after a couple of days which signals for the uterus to dispose of the lining in what is seen as menstrual bleeding.

What part of the female reproductive system nourishes and develops the fertilized egg?

It is the uterus, in which fetus develops..

When a fertilized egg implants in a location other than the uterus such as in the fallopian tube or on the ovary itself the result is an?

ectopic pregnancy