It would depend upon how far you are into your pregnancy. The uterus will slowly grow in size and that is the hardness that you are feeling. As the uterus grows larger it will move further up into your abdomen and your entire stomach will soon be hard just the same! Good luck!
A typical vagina is 4 inches deep, but if you hit the uterus bleeding may occure.
no idea it travels through the vagina, through the uterus, then through the fallopian tubes and fertilization occurs in the fallopian tubes
if you dont eat it out it clould take 10 min it also depends on how far in the uterus u ejaculated
You don't know if the baby will take after the father or not in size and no baby when far along in the pregnancy can usually stretch out in their full length. The uterus grow with the fetus and will also leave room for plenty of liquid inside, that is how we are made. No, she will not die.
The cervix is located at the opening of the uterus. It needs to expand in order for a baby to pass through and be born. So far, it's opened only one centimeter.
Because the particles inside of it get so hot they get so far apart they start growing and when they grow it makes the object, the marshmellow expand.
they feel for your fundus (top of uterus) and unless you are 10 weeks or so, they cant feel anything because your fundus is still behind your pubic bone. after that the doctor can estimate how far along you are. contrary to popular belief, you start growing from the bottom, and grow up, the baby does not start mid-section and grow out.
Same way as an abortion depending on how far along you are. If it's in the very end of the pregnancy it's like labor.
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Baby elephants are born with the same physical characteristics of adult elephants. As far as appearance goes, their trunks and ears grow larger, their bodies grow taller, and they gain weight. Male elephants grow tusks as they mature.
They have to either expand or contract through movement. They can only expand and contract as far as their tissues will allow,
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It's endless. Seriously. It goes on forever. Try sticking a 4 foot pole, it will disappear into the uterus. Have a nice time!