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What was the hindu's belief about conception?

What was the hindu's belief about conception?

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School: Florida State University
Department: Child Development
Course: Child Growth and Development: The Foundation Years
Professor: Murray krantz
Term: Spring 2017
Tags: child development
Cost: 25
Name: CHD2220 Ch 3 Notes
Description: These notes cover material from chapter 3 of the textbook Child Development Risk and Opportunity by Dr. Murray Krantz.
Uploaded: 02/05/2018
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Conception and prenatal developmentIf you want to learn more check out What is null hypothesis significance testing?

Prenatal stage of development: the period that begins with conception & ends with the birth of the child

  • lasts 266 days, that's around 9 months
  • time divided into trimesters

  • Opportunity
  • time of ovulation, placement of sperm deposit, proper levels of FSA to produce enough endometrial lining for implantation
  • Risks
  • genetic predisposition to disease or affliction, mother's awareness, or lack thereof, of the pregnancy & consequences of actions taken (drinking) if she didn't know she was pregnant
  • Conception
  • before modern science & medicine told us about Fertilization and menstrual cycles, ideas about how children were made were based off observation religion and legend
  • the Hindus believed white semen from  men formed a child's bones while the red menstrual blood formed the child's skin
  • Hippocrates agreed with the Hindus except he believed the red menstrual blood also forms the child's flesh
  • 1600s: primitive microscopes led scientists to think sperm were just miniature men, and that the womb was merely a place for them to grow
  • 1843: Dr. Martin Barrie found what we know today egg + sperm makes a baby

Female reproduction

  • menstrual cycle is the cycle that takes place when fertilization does not occur
  • lasts 28 days, with about 3-4 days of menses, on vaginal bleeding

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Day 1-5: the pituitary gland secretes Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), which begins to ripen a bunch of eggs in the ovary. The Follicles in the ovary begin producing estrogen which then stimulates the endometrium (lining of the uterus) to swell up with blood. The engorging of the uterine lining with blood occurs over a series of days. This happens in preparation for implantation (should fertilization occur)

Day 5-10 with the release of FSH, the follies react by maturing a bunch of eggs and producing estrogen. The estrogen ensures that only one egg will fully mature. This balancing act between FSH & estrogen continues until the egg is fully maturedWe also discuss several other topics like List down six characteristics of techinical communication.
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Day 12/13 - 14: Somewhere after day 11 or 12. The pituitary gland secretes Luteinizing Hormone (LH) which causes ovulation. Ovulation usually occurs around day 14 in the cycle

Day 14: Usually, ovulation occurs around this time, where the egg breaks free of the follicle & bursts through the ovary. This leaves a cyst on the ovary disorders where cysts become enlarged or too numerous will be discussed later. After ovulation, the follicle will continue to produce estrogen for about 72 hours, in order to keep the endometrium engorged with blood for possible implantation

Day 15: Once the egg is ovulated, it is only fertile for 24 hours. The egg sits in the fallopian tube until the end of day Is or so. If no fertilization takes place, the egg makes its way down the fallopian tube and into the uterus. We also discuss several other topics like What is animal behavior?

Day 21/22: Once the unfertilized egg reaches the uterus and does not implant, the follicle the egg burst from will stop producing estrogen. The follicle will Shrivel up on the ovary to become another cyst, and the body will prepare for menstruation

Day 24-28: if no pregnancy has occured, the endometrial tissue, engorged with blood, and the unfertilized egg will be expelled from body in menstrual bleeding called menses

note: if fertilization does occur, it will occur in the fallopian tube and then the Fertilized egg called a zygote, would travel down the fallopian tube to the uterus and implant into the endometrium

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