Where and Why The Egg Gets Stuck To Become A Tubal Pregnancy

The distal end of the fallopian tube is the fimbriated end that is represented by 2 in this picture. Eggs release from the ovary, number 1 in this picture. The most common places to get stuck are numbers 4 and 5. It usually takes an egg about 5 days to reach number 6 and then tumble into the uterine cavity if it is going to implant normally. 

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