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multigravida

 [mul″tĭ-grav´ĭ-dah]
a woman pregnant for at least the third time; called also plurigravida.
grand multigravida a woman who has had six or more previous pregnancies.

mul·ti·grav·i·da

(mŭl'tē-grav'i-dă),
A pregnant woman who has been pregnant one or more times previously.
[multi- + L. gravida, pregnant]

multigravida

/mul·ti·grav·i·da/ (mul″te-grav´ĭ-dah) a woman who is pregnant and has been pregnant at least twice before.

multigravida

(mŭl′tĭ-grăv′ĭ-də)
n.
A pregnant woman who has had one or more previous pregnancies.

multigravida

[mul′tigrav′idə]
Etymology: L, multus + gravidus, pregnancy
a woman who has been pregnant more than once. Compare multipara, primigravida.

multigravida

adjective Referring to a woman who has been pregnant two or more times.
 
noun A woman who has been pregnant two or more times.

multigravida

Obstetrics A ♀ who has been pregnant 2 or more times. Cf Multipara.

mul·ti·grav·i·da

(mŭl'tē-grav'i-dă)
A pregnant woman who has been pregnant one or more times previously.
[multi- + L. gravida, pregnant]

multigravida

A woman who has had at least two pregnancies.

multigravida

a female pregnant for the third (or more) time.
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Table 1) Gravidity data of patients showed that the majority of patients 28 (56%) were multigravida, 9 (18%) patients were grand multigravida, 8 (16%) great grand multigravida and 5 (10%) primigravida.
30% of grand multigravida and 70% of great grand multigravida had income <10, 000
There was little evidence of adherence to national protocols, such as the referral of grand multigravida to higher levels for delivery, or management of pregnancy-induced hypertension.
Case notes did not reveal whether advice on preventing pregnancy was given to women at high risk of complications, such as grand multigravida and those with known severe underlying disease.
Out of 150 patients, n=76 (51%) patients were primigravida, n=61 (40%) patients were multigravida and n=13 (9%) patients were grand multigravida.
51% while 40% were multigravida and only 9% cases were grand multigravida.
Obstructed labour in grand multigravidas was the commonest cause of ruptured uterus.
The grand multigravida patients were mostly having moderate or severe polyhydramnios, i-e; 10.
The grand multigravida females mostly suffers from moderate to severe form of polyhydramnios, majority of these patients were in age group of 23-30years.
in primigravidas, multigravidas and grand multigravidas was 19 (18.
9 Percent ) were grand multigravidas, while all the cases in the cesarean section group were primigravidas (Table 1).

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