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Synonyms for involution

reduction in size of an organ or part (as in the return of the uterus to normal size after childbirth)

a long and intricate and complicated grammatical construction

marked by elaborately complex detail

the act of sharing in the activities of a group

the process of raising a quantity to some assigned power

the action of enfolding something


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However, the uterine atrophy and thinning of the uterine walls due to hypoestrogenism, involution of uterus, strong uterine contractions and soft consistency of the uterus can increase the risk of perforation.[sup.7,8] It was, therefore, suggested to postpone the IUD insertion until 3 months after delivery to be safe.[sup.7,4] Spontaneous uterine contractions, bowel peristalsis and bladder contractions are other physiological mechanisms that may cause spontaneous migration of the IUD.[sup.9] Uterine perforation can occur at the time of the insertion or at any other time after the insertion.
Postpartum oestrus and involution of uterus in an experimental herd of Hosltein Friesian cows.
of Cases Percent Congestive cardiac failure 4 8.00 Postpartum hemorrhage 22 44.00 Puerperal pyrexia 9 18.00 Respiratory infection 4 8.00 Wound gaping 1 2.00 Sub involution of uterus 10.41 10.00 Maternal death 1 2.00 Table 02: Fetal outcome in the study group Fetal outcome No.
Post partum phase extends from completion of second stage of parturition to complete involution of uterus. The period is roughly thirty days with wide variations in breeds.
Anti-infective role of Neem, irritant action of Menthol, antibacterial properties of Manjal and uterine tonic support of Shangri in right combination in Ropitas for placental expulsion and early involution of uterus. On scanning the available literature there is no other herbal intrauterine drug available in Veterinary practice.