Fertilised oocytes descend through oviducts into uterine horns.
Early embryos get cleared of shells, float in uterine liquid and search suitable spot for nidation. The size of the embryos is about 0.6 mm
Early embryos get cleared of shells, float in uterine liquid and search suitable spot for nidation
The embryos are getting ready for nidation in the uterine wall.
Important organs are developing during next two weeks. Be careful of all intervention into female’s organism. It is not recommended to vaccinate in this period as well as deworm and apply parasite treatments. The female is very sensitive to all changes therefore do not change her daily regimen, schedule of walks, type of food, place for rest as well as your behaviour. All necessary interventions should be noted in calendar so that you know if development of any organ could have been affected. The uterine is able to resorb the embryos until day 35.
Embryos are nidating in the uterine wall. Their size is about 1mm. Her teats are getting bigger and turn pink. Coat on belly and around the teats is getting finer.
Head, body, spinal cord and central nervous system start to develop in the embryos.
The basis of internal organs start to develop.