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The muscles contract which in turn push the baby out.

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What happens in the wall of the uterus to push the baby out.?

The muscles contract which in turn push the baby out.


Describe what happens in the wall of the uterus to push the baby out?

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What happens in the wall of the uterus to push the baby out after the baby is born?

During the birth of a child, the uterus wall expands (enlarges) to allow the baby to be born, once the baby has been born it contacts (becomes smaller).


Why is the wall of the uterus is thick?

It is a muscle that has to be able to push the baby out of the mother.


Why is the wall of uterus thick?

It is a muscle that has to be able to push the baby out of the mother.


Why is the wall of uterus is thick?

It is a muscle that has to be able to push the baby out of the mother.


What does the uterus do when a baby is being born?

When the baby is born, the uterus wall, which is very muscular helps push the baby out. when you feel pain during the childbirth, what you are really feeling is the muscular wall in you uterus contracting. That's why when you feel pain in labor, they call he pain contractions.


What happens to the uterus wall if the fertilisation is successful?

The uterus wall becomes thick and rich with blood vessels.


What happens to the uterus wall if fertilisation is successful?

The uterus wall becomes thick and rich with blood vessels.


What is the function of the wall of uterus?

The endometrial lining of the uterine wall provides the rich environment for a fertilized egg to latch onto and grow. The uterine wall itself is made of thick muscle which protect a growing baby, push baby out at birth through contractions and help to expelled menstrual fluid.


Why is a women consciously contracting her uterus when she pushes?

Uterine contractions are involuntary. That means they not under your control. When you push down, it the abdominal wall muscles, that contracts. It helps to deliver the baby.


Which uterine wall layer contracts during childbirth?

The whole thing! Labor is a series of contractions that cause the upper part of the uterus (fundus) to tighten and thicken which works to push the baby down and out - while the cervix and lower portion of the uterus stretch and relax, giving the baby a passage from inside the uterus and into the birth canal for delivery.

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