Pregnancy does not cause inflammation in the uterus. Inflammation of the uterus during pregnancy would serve no biological purpose.
Pyometritis is purulent inflammation of the uterus.
metr/o = uterus itis = inflammation so the answer is: metritis
It is possible for those sperm to find their way into the uterus and cause pregnancy.
Pregnancy is not a result of fat accumulating in your abdominal/hip region which would cause "a bunch of rolls". Pregnancy is the result of a growing fetus in the uterus. As the fetus grows, it expans the uterus and the skin around the uterus causing it to "bulge".
In your uterus
Yes spotting can be a early sign of pregnancy it is cause from the egg implanting into the uterus causing some slight bleeding.
Intrauterine pregnancy means that the pregnancy (fetus) is inside the uterus where it is supposed to be and not ectopic (in the tubes or anywhere other than the uterus).
Fibroids can cause problems during pregnancy because they often grow in size. Large fibroids can cause pain and lead to premature labor. Fibroids cannot be removed during pregnancy because of the risk of injury to the uterus
The hormone progesterone in the corpus luteum will prepare the uterus for pregnancy.
Yes, using cocaine in particular can cause the placenta to separate from the uterus during pregnancy (placental abruption).