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In humans, when a man and woman have coitus (sex) it generally results in babies being formed. When a man and woman feel it is the right time to have a baby, they both sexually arouse each other by touching each other in parts of the body called erogenous zones. The man then places his penis into the female's vagina. The arousal generates a rhythmical movement against the female's body. During this process the man usually touches the woman in certain places, and vice versa, which further arouses them both. When this process reaches the peak, or orgasm, the man ejaculates (releases semen and sperm) into the vagina and his sperm swim up through the cervix into the uterus and Fallopian (ovarian) tubes towards the ovaries where the mature egg cell has been produced and released.
Thousands of sperm try to break through the cell wall of the egg cell to gain entry and cause fertilization, however usually only one sperm manages this penetration. Following a sperm's attachment with the egg, the egg produces a protein that will inhibit the further entry of any other sperm.
If the conditions of the uterus are correct, the egg then implants itself in the lining on the inside wall of the uterus (womb) called the endometrium. If all is well, then conception is complete, and after approximately nine months of development, a baby will be born through the woman's birth canal and vagina.
Occasionally there are problems that require the birth to be assisted medically or even surgically by a procedure that is called a cesarean section (the baby is surgically delivered).
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_make_a_baby#ixzz1cHXeGs8X
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|also dude have you checked out that Flourishing album out yet? it rules|
|Thanks, I think I'll have protected sex now|