Translation of womb in Spanish:

womb

útero, n.

Pronunciation /wum//wuːm/

noun

  • 1

    útero masculine
    matriz feminine
    the desire to return to the womb el deseo de regresar al seno / vientre materno
    • I only ever say womb as a joke, although uterus sounds ridiculously medical.
    • One of the things your health care provider monitors is the size of your abdomen and the amount of amniotic fluid in your womb.
    • A woman's pelvic floor supports the bladder, womb and the bowel.
    • In the past, it was thought that the baby's feet were twisted or cramped because of the way the baby lay in its mother's womb.
    • This fertilised egg then needs to be implanted in the woman's womb.
    • This is a major operation in which the cervix and womb are removed.
    • The cervix is the lower, narrow part of the uterus or womb, which is located in a woman's lower abdomen.
    • Babies who are exposed to mercury while in the womb can suffer severe damage to the nervous system and may die.
    • Pregnant women can get varicose veins because of the pressure on the veins in the pelvis as the womb expands.
    • This was surprising to me - the hormones we're exposed to in the womb affect our finger lengths in statistically significant ways.
    • With the growth of anatomical knowledge, the literal hypothesis of the morbidly wandering womb became increasingly untenable.
    • Its open letter on cloning was prompted by newspaper headlines of Panos Zavos's claims to have transferred the first cloned human embryo into a woman's womb.
    • Malrotation is a type of mechanical obstruction caused by abnormal development of the intestines while a fetus is in the mother's womb.
    • A hysteroscopy is an examination of the inside of the womb using a telescope called a hysteroscope.
    • This drug dissolves in the womb and results in the formation of scar tissue at the ends of the fallopian tubes, presumably preventing contraception.
    • Aquatic experiences begin in the mother's womb where an infant is surrounded by amniotic fluid.
    • Some of the man's sperm is put into the woman's womb at the same time as ovulation (the release of an egg), making conception more likely.
    • In emergencies a vertical abdominal and womb incision may be used.
    • The baby is protected by the amniotic fluid in the womb and by your abdomen.
    • Stem cells from amniotic fluid have been used to repair windpipe defects in unborn lambs while still in the womb.