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2015-06-12T23:25:10+05:30
No, it is not permanent. During maturation, the uterus prepares itself for development of the baby. If fertilisation doesn't take place, the tissues from uterus are expelled during menstruation.
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2015-06-13T04:49:50+05:30
No,it is permanent.During the time of maturation the uterus prepares itself for the development of the baby . and if fertilization doesnt take the place then at that time the walls of the uterus are thickned, but it is not permanent
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