The uterus contracts to help expell the baby. The cervix also dilates (opens) for the baby to pass through.
It's called dialation, but if you're referring to the test question "The process by which the cervix dilates and the baby is expelled from the uterus is called," the answer is parturition.
When women are about to give birth the cervix, or opening to the uterus or womb, dilates. This is a gradual stretching of the opening as the baby is pushed outward. The amount of dilation is often used as a measure of progress of labour. The cervix has to dilate about 10 cm before the baby can pass through.
This is the result of your uterus stretching to accommadate your babies arrival Its the way the uterus resizes itself before and after the baby comes
Describes the side-lying (where the baby's body length is horizontal in the uterus) position of the baby before birth. Unless moved, the baby will have to be delivered by c-section.
It contracts and pushes the baby out starting with the head
It is where the baby is held before it is born
Uterus. The baby also develops a amniotic sac with in the uterus that holds fluid so the baby can be protected until birth.
No, they do not. Only girls and women have it. The uterus is the place inside the woman where the baby will grow for nine months, before it is delivered. Men and boys do not need a uterus, because they do not give birth to a baby.