September 24, 2020, By Traci Houston
Dr. Kecia Gaither, physician in OB/GYN and Maternal Fetal Medicine, shared, ‘”There are particular proteins on the uterine lining that facilitate the embryo attaching itself, so to speak, in a normal fashion,” Gaither says. “Additionally, there needs to be an adequate blood supply available within the uterine site, which will allow the developing embryo to obtain oxygen and nutrients. So in cases on stress, where the release of substances like cortisol and epinephrine are had, certain blood flow is altered which can, theoretically, interfere with normal implantation.”’
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