postcoital


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postcoital

 [pōst-koi´tahl]
after coitus.

post·co·i·tal

(pōst-kō'i-tăl),
After coitus.

postcoital

/post·coi·tal/ (-koi´t'l) after coitus.

postcoital

[-kō′itəl]
Etymology: L, post, after, coire, to come together
after sexual intercourse.

post·co·i·tal

(pōst-kō'i-tăl)
After coitus.

postcoital

after coitus.
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Repeated use of pre-and postcoital hormonal contraception for the prevention of pregnancy.
Incidence of abnormal colposcopic findings are seen more in multiparous women and in women with postcoital and postmenopausal bleeding indicating that they are the significant risk factors for cervical cancer.
During the development of human beings, GATA4-positive nuclei were seen in the nuclei of some of the peripheral cells on the postcoital 45-47th day.
The postcoital test on female partner was performed 3-6 hours after the intercourse.
Colposcopy was performed on all those women who had recurrent vaginal discharge, postcoital or intermenstrual bleeding and unhealthy cervix on pelvic examination.
The most common symptoms are abnormal vaginal bleeding, postcoital bleeding, and vaginal discharge.
Interestingly, postcoital headache is more common with a casual partner - possibly due to the added excitement.
Or, to put it differently, little is left to the imagination in postcoital paintings of Titania, Bottom, and Oberon, for instance.
While most Welsh teenagers still felt the moral authority of the chapel, the Bridgend Bad Boy sneaked into his local place of worship to ravish his girlfriend, complete with a postcoital rock song serenade on the organ.
More than 7,000 postcoital insertions of copper-bearing IUDs have been reported in the literature since the practice was introduced in 1976.
Se ha dicho que este cuadro expresa la tristeza postcoital de una mujer.