parous


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Related to parous: multiparous, nulliparous, nullipara

par·ous

(par'ŭs),
Pertaining to parity.
[L. pario, to bear]

parous

(păr′əs, pâr′-)
adj.
Having given birth one or more times.

parous

[per′əs]
having borne one or more viable offspring.

parous

adjective Referring to parity (equality, as in amount, status or value), or having given birth one or more times.

par·ous

(par'ŭs)
Pertaining to parity.
[L. pario, to bear]

parous

having produced offspring.
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Evaluation of the differences between parous and nulliparous women with long-standing MS provides clinical insight regarding the potentially protective influence of pregnancy on long-term disability.
However, our findings should reassure midwives and women that low risk women, especially parous women, who commence labour at home and in primary units are likely to birth in those settings.
Low bone mass in premenopausal parous women: Identification and the effect of an information and bone density feedback program.
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In bivariate analysis, however, OC use was a risk factor for endometriosis in nulliparous women but not in parous women.
An 82-year-old parous woman presented with persistent vaginal discharge for one year despite several antifungal and antibiotic combination regimens.
Weight development over time in parous women-the SPAWN study-15 years follow up.
First, the proportion of births that were unintended or unwanted-as well as the proportion of parous women who had such births--was highest among black women and lowest among white women.
f) IUGR = Intrauterine growth retardation; parous women only.