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conceptive

[kənsep′tiv]
Etymology: L, concipere, to take together
1 able to become pregnant.
2 pertaining to or characteristic of the mental process of forming ideas or impressions.

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1999) reported that nonconceptive versus conceptive cycles had urinary preovulatory mean LH levels of 13.
The introduction of Apri, Duramed's entry into the oral conceptive market, was significant because it is expected to be a major contributor to the company's 2000 results.
It is also to be feared that the man, growing used to the employment of anti- conceptive practices, may finally lose respect for the woman and, no longer caring for her physical and psychological equilibrium, may come to the point of considering her as a mere instrument of selfish enjoyment, and no longer as his respected and beloved companion (Hv, #17).