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Period of development during the carrying of an embryo, and later fetus, inside viviparous animals .
In mammals, pregnancy begins when a zygote (fertilized ovum) implants in the female's uterus and ends once the fetus leaves the uterus during labor or an abortion (whether induced or spontaneous).
Early stage of development of a multicellular organism.
The mammalian blastocyst hatches before implanting into the endometrial lining of the womb.
Development and formation of the human embryo.
The germinal stage refers to the time from fertilization through the development of the early embryo until implantation is completed in the uterus.
The endometrium is the inner epithelial layer, along with its mucous membrane, of the mammalian uterus.
The menstrual cycle is a series of natural changes in hormone production and the structures of the uterus and ovaries of the female reproductive system that make pregnancy possible.
Pregnancy, also known as gestation, is the time during which one or more offspring develops inside a woman's womb.
Unborn offspring that develops from an animal embryo.
Maternal factors include maternal weight, body mass index, nutritional state, emotional stress, toxin exposure (including tobacco, alcohol, heroin, and other drugs which can also harm the fetus in other ways), and uterine blood flow.
The cervix or cervix uteri (Latin, 'neck of the uterus') is the lower part of the uterus (womb) in the human female reproductive system.
Temporary fetal organ that begins developing from the blastocyst shortly after implantation.
The placenta connects to the fetus via the umbilical cord, and on the opposite aspect to the maternal uterus in a species dependent manner.