Maternal and Fetal Physiology
Numerous adaptive physiological changes occur in the pregnant woman to support the growing conceptus within the uterus. These can occur either within the mother as a homeostatic response to the additional metabolic load imposed by the growing conceptus or as a direct result of the actions of fetoplacental hormones on maternal physiology.
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