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During the standard prenatal surgery for spina bifida, surgeons cut open the woman’s abdomen and uterus to reach the fetus.
While on the subject of Kylie's uterus, Kim also said any reports of comments made by Caitlyn Jenner are false.
A few days later, Jimenez began hemorrhaging and vomiting due to a bacterial infection in her uterus.
Because a tubal ligation affects the fallopian tubes but not the uterus, embryos created in a lab can be transferred by a fertility specialist and carried to term.
In April 2016, a single male embryo from the couple was implanted in Allen's uterus at an Irvine-based in vitro fertilization center.
Her postpartum bleeding was the result of a rare and aggressive malignancy that grows in the uterus and is sometimes called placenta cancer.
Sometime around this gestational age, the cervix—the opening to the uterus—needs to be dilated more than can safely be accomplished in the operating room on the day of procedure.
Uterine fibroids are benign tumors that grow in and around the uterus.
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