parturition (Q34581)

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physiological process of expelling a fetus from the pregnant mother's uterus
  • labour
  • delivery
  • birth
  • partus
  • child birth
  • labor and delivery
  • GO:0007567
  • giving birth
  • childbirth
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parturition
physiological process of expelling a fetus from the pregnant mother's uterus
  • labour
  • delivery
  • birth
  • partus
  • child birth
  • labor and delivery
  • GO:0007567
  • giving birth
  • childbirth

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There are exceptions as to the permanence of elasticity for the vagina[...]"If you stretch elastic a great deal, over time, it fatigues and no longer snaps back entirely. That can happen to the vaginas of young women after multiple births. Their vaginal muscles fatigue and no longer fully contract. [...] Combine the rigors of older childbearing with the effects of aging on the vaginal muscles, and many women complain of looseness. Women who give birth after around 30 may notice persistent looseness after delivering only one child. Individual differences account for the fact that birth- and age-related looseness happens to some women and not others." (English)
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