it means that a baby is devloping cool
The placenta is inside the uterus feeding the fetus. No you can not pop it. If you mean the uterus it can only be popped by a doctor.
The uterus is where the fetus develops and the placenta connects the uterus to the fetus.
The placenta will be attached to the uterus, but it is not part of it. The uterus is a muscle and is part of basic female human anatomy. The placenta is an organ which is formed after conception.
The placenta can be located anywhere in the uterus.
During delivery, both the baby and placenta are delivered. The contractions of the uterus continue until the placenta has exited as well. If the placenta was not delivered, the blood vessels would continue to bleed, causing the woman to lose blood. Retained placenta is placenta or membranes left behind in the uterus during the 3rd stage of labor, which is the part of labor when you deliver the placenta and membranes. 3 causes for retained placenta are: • uterine atony - this means that the uterus stops contracting or doesn't contract enough for the placenta to separate from the wall of the uterus• trapped placenta - the placenta comes away from the uterus successfully but becomes trapped behind a closed cervix• placenta accreta - an area of the placenta remains attached because it is deeply embedded into the uterus wall The placenta could also have a hard time being delivered if the woman has a full bladder.
The placement of the placenta in the uterus has absolutely no relationship to the sex of the child.
The condition is called placenta previa.
trophoblasts/chorionic villi and the uterus form the placenta
sometimes a placenta can have abnormal growth and attachment to the uterus (the growth can penetrate deeply into the muscle of the uterus) and this can cause the placenta to stay attached. This is not the norm. Usually a placenta is superficially attached to the muscle of the uterus and easily detaches after a baby is born
Placenta previa, in which the placenta grows too low in the uterus.
This is called retained placenta. This is placenta or membranes that are left behind during the 3rd stage of delivery, which is the part where the placenta is delivered. If the placenta is not removed, the woman could possibly bleed to death. There are three main causes of retained placenta:• uterine atony - this means that the uterus stops contracting or doesn't contract enough for the placenta to separate from the wall of the uterus• trapped placenta - the placenta comes away from the uterus successfully but becomes trapped behind a closed cervix• placenta accreta - an area of the placenta remains attached because it is deeply embedded into the uterus wallThe placenta could also have a hard time delivering if the woman has a full bladder. http://www.babycentre.co.uk/pregnancy/labourandbirth/labourcomplications/retainedplacenta/
in the womb, which is the uterus. The cervix is the opening (os) to the uterus (womb). The placenta is an organ attached to the uternine wall, and connected to the baby via the umbilical cord. Placenta is what feeds a baby as it is growing. Mothers give birth to the placenta after the baby has been born.
The placenta is an organ that is inside the uterus in the female body. The uterus maintains the fetus through the umbilical cord. Some parents choose to eat the placenta after birth.
Posterior placenta is when the placenta is located at the back of the motherÃ?s uterus. Placenta praevia means the placenta has not moved up towards the top of the uterus to get ready for birth. Grade 2 means the placenta is near the cervix but not blocking it.
The embryo attaches to the placenta when it reaches the uterus very early in a pregnancy.
The placenta is attached to the backwall of the uterus - the side closest to the mother's spine.
The uterus does not come out. However, the placenta does (following the same path the baby did).
This is a term used in pregnancy to describe the placenta positioning. Grade two posterior placenta means that the placenta is facing the back of the uterus. It is located in the lower segment and touching the edge of the cervical opening but is not completely covering it.
I believe the placenta is directly attached to the uterine wall.
The placenta is some times called the 'after birth' as it is expelled from the uterus after the baby is born.