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Why Does the Lining of the Uterus Thicken?

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The lining of the uterus thickens every month so as to receive and nourish a fertilized egg. It does this to prepare the uterus for pregnancy in case it happens. However, if the egg does not become fertilized, the lining sheds of.
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the luteinizing and ertrogens and progestins i think, well im not very sure baout the last two but yes to the first one. the luteinizing and ertrogens and progestins i think, well
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Progesterone and estrogen cause the lining of
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To prepare for a baby. If the egg is not fertilized, then the lining is shed and you get your period.
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Take progestin, a synthetic version of progesterone. It can be taken orally or through injection, and has fewer side effects than natural progesterone. Take micronized capsules containing
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