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medical illustration of About 5–6 days post-fertilization the blastocyst usually reaches the uterus, and begins to embed into the endometrium of the uterine wall. The blastocyst possesses an inner cell mass which subsequently forms the embryo.
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About 5–6 days post-fertilization the blastocyst usually reaches the uterus, and begins to embed into the endometrium of the uterine wall. The blastocyst possesses an inner cell mass which subsequently forms the embryo.

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