WHO HAS CHILDHOOD UTERUS CAN GET PREGNANT? - FERTILITY AND BIRTH CONTROL

How the child's uterus can interfere with pregnancy



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A woman with a child's uterus can become pregnant if she has normal ovaries, as there is ovulation and, as a result, fertilization can occur. However, if the uterus is too small, the chances of miscarriage are great, since there is not enough space for the baby's development. The child's uterus occurs due to changes in the production of hormones responsible for the development of female sexual organs, which causes the uterus to remain the same size as during childhood, in addition to other symptoms such as delayed first menstruation and absence of hair pubic and armpit, for example