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How big is the uterus?

On going out with gynecologists:
“Never date a man who knows more about your vagina than you do.”
–Dana Stevens

The uterus, or womb, in a non-pregnant woman is only as big as a small fist, weighing just a few ounces.

In pregnancy, however, the uterus balloons into a generous fetal residence—or on rare occasion, a big apartment complex. The inhabited uterus is a full-service stronghold that conveniently includes a self-cleaning-system, a built-in cafe, a security system, and even a home-gym with responsive organs to boot and jab.

No wonder we’re always looking for a better home as nothing compares to our first home, the uterus!

How is a uterus hysterical?