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Question 1: Adrenal hormones such as cortisol and ________ also increase.

Question 2: Pregnancy (latin "graviditas") is the carrying of one or more offspring, known as a fetus or ________, inside the womb of a female.
EmbryoEmbryogenesisFertilisationPrenatal development

Question 3: [23] Home ________ are personal urine tests, which normally cannot detect a pregnancy until at least 12 to 15 days after fertilization.
Ectopic pregnancyPrenatal developmentPregnancy testMiscarriage

Question 4: The umbilical cord is the connecting cord from the embryo or fetus to the placenta.The developing embryo undergoes tremendous growth and changes during the process of ________.
PregnancyAmniotic sacFertilisationPrenatal development

Question 5: [43][44] Folates (from folia, leaf) are abundant in ________ (fresh, frozen, or canned), and are also found in green vegetables, salads, citrus fruit and melon, chickpeas (i.e.
Brussels sproutAmaranthSpinachBroccoli

Question 6: ________ is increased which leads to increases of calcium uptake in the gut and reabsorption by the kidney.
Endocrine systemGlucagonCalcitoninParathyroid hormone

Question 7: This can be caused by many factors, including irregular periods (quite common in teenagers), certain medications (not related to conceiving children), and ________ women who disregard their weight gain.
ObesityChildhood obesityObesity hypoventilation syndromeAbdominal obesity

Question 8: A number of early ________ are associated with pregnancy.
Medical signEpistaxisSymptomICD-10 Chapter XVIII: Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings

Question 9: In some cases where complications may have arisen, the fertilized egg might implant itself in the fallopian tubes or the cervix, causing an ________.
MiscarriageEctopic pregnancyBreech birthHydatidiform mole

Question 10: Red blood cell numbers increase due to increased ________ levels.
VasopressinReninAtrial natriuretic peptideErythropoietin

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