A hard uterus means an enlarged uterus. An enlarged uterus can be a symptom of pregnancy or fibroid tumors. If you think you are pregnant or have a hard uterus consult a physician.
The oxytoxic makes the uterus to become hard.
That is a situation much preferable to a soft uterus after birth; that situation can lead to hemorrhage.
what do you think. you hold the baby in you uterus.if it gone, then it wil be very hard to cary a baby with no uterus. so,no
One ejaculation contains 200 million sperm but if all of them makes it to the uterus is hard to know.
During the first and second week the uterus is still very soft. With first pregnancies the uterus can not usually touchable hard until probably the third or fourth month of pregnacy. Much earlier you may be very bloated (due to hormones) which could easliy be mistaken fr the uterus
not at first, but into the first trimester it will get hard. Your uterus creates a lining that does not shed; which is called your "wall".
Because it is full of uterus and baby.
YES! That's the first place it gets hard because of the growing uterus.
Around 15-16 weeks the uterus begins to harden
If you are pregnant and would like to see if you can feel your uterus, I would recommend laying down and pressing down towards your spine.. Most likely, you will probably feel nothing, however, it is a good reference point! The best time to feel your uterus is right after orgasm, that is when the uterus is hard and can be felt very eaisly! So after orgasm, lay down and try feeling for it, I am sure you will feel a hard round mass in your abdomen! Good Luck!
Yes it is, i thougt i might be pregnant cause i was almost three weeks late when i started bleeding (it was not like a normal period for me but i dismissed it) i noticed a week before i started bleeding that my uterus/uterus area was hard. My problem is that it still is and feels like it could actually be slightly bigger. I don't know what could be going on and I'm clearly worried.
At 13 weeks your uterus can be felt right above the pelvic bone, at 20 weeks your uterus can be felt at your belly button. A multiple pregnancy (twins, etc) will cause more rapid growth of the uterus.
No, during pregnancy, the uterus grows up from the pubic bone, therefore getting hard on the bottom first. But during the first trimester, your stomach shouldn't be hard at all. The uterus doesn't even rise up above the pubic bone until at least 12 weeks, which is the end of the first trimester.
If you're talking about pregnancy I noticed it was hard about 2 weeks pregnant this is all the hormones and your uterus rushing with blood to make sure the embryo sticks to your womb properly I'd say most women notice about 3-5 weeks that their stomach gets a little bloated or even hard
Uteruses is the plural of uterus
No, the uterus is internal.
You can have more than one uterus? WOW!!!!!!!!!! And I thought that the egg could only come out of ONE ovary at a time. Kind of hard to be in 2 places at once, I would think...
female fetal pig uterus and a human uterus- What are some of their differences?
A small-sized uterus; a uterus that has failed to attain adult characteristics.
A myomatous uterus is a uterus with fibroids, or benign tumors of the uterine muscle.
A bifurcated uterus is a structural abnormality of the uterus. This is when the cavity where the uterus is suppose to be is empty. The uterus is heart-shaped. Theses individuals are usually sterile (can't have kids).
No. Men don't have a uterus.