multiparous


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Related to multiparous: nulliparous, grand multipara

mul·tip·a·rous

(mŭl-tip'ă-rŭs),
Relating to a multipara.

multiparous

(mŭl-tĭp′ər-əs)
adj.
1. Having given birth two or more times.
2. Giving birth to more than one offspring at a time.

mul′ti·par′i·ty (mŭl′tĭ-păr′ĭ-tē) n.

multiparous

[multip′ərous]
Etymology: L, multus, many, parere, to give birth
having given birth to more than one child.

mul·tip·a·rous

(mŭl-tip'ă-rŭs)
Relating to a multipara.
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Contraceptive choices among grand multiparous women at Murtala Mohammed Specialist Hospital, Kano.
Despite increase in rate of CS in obese primiparous, we found slightly decreased rate of CS in multiparous women.
The 2014 ACOG-SMFM consensus statement recommends extending each of these limits by an hour, if maternal and fetal conditions permit, so that we allow at least 3 hours of pushing for nulliparous women and at least 2 hours for multiparous women before diagnosing arrest of labor in the second stage.
Differences in fecundity of same-sized primiparous and multiparous individuals have been reported for some, but not all, crab species.
In that study, however, large MM males tended not to migrate as far inshore or as early in the year as males <70 mm CW, therefore, limiting their mating to multiparous females.
2012) found that multiparous and primiparous cows had greater dispersion of their reproductive index values around the average, indicating that these two categories of cows are more dependent on their environment.
In New Zealand nulliparous women who planned to birth at home also had a higher rate of transfer (compared to multiparous women) but at 35.
Of our 4 patients, one was of AMA, 2 were multiparous, and 3 of the 4 infants who developed TUCK were male.
in the Epipage cohort study unexpectedly found that smoking was associated with prematurity in multiparous but not in primiparous subjects.
The comparison analysis in the Holstein breed was done by comparing means of each one of the groups: primiparous and multiparous, independently for all the evaluated traits.