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child·bear·ing

(chīld'bār'ing),
Pregnancy and parturition.

childbearing

(chīld′bâr′ĭng)
n.
The human act or process of giving birth; parturition.

child′bear′ing adj.

childbearing

(child'bar?ing)
The act of carrying and being delivered of a child.

delayed childbearing

See: elderly primigravida
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Tummy tuck is sometimes performed as part of 'mommy makeovers' to restore the shape and appearance of a woman's body after childbearing.
During 2011-2014, the national rate of HCV detection among women of childbearing age served by Quest increased 22%, from 139 to 169 per 100,000, and the rate of HCV testing among children aged [less than or equal to] 2 years served by Quest increased 14%, from 310 to 353 per 100,000 (Figure 1).
The prevalence of early childbearing (women have had given births before age 18) among women age 20-24 years is 14%.
nonmarital fertility measures since the 1950s can be explained without appealing to changes in the childbearing behavior of individual women over time or to differences in "preferences" with respect to childbearing across races.
However, the desire for sons can skew the sex ratio by family size: Smaller families will have a disproportionate number of sons, because parents whose first children are male may decide to stop childbearing, while larger families will have a disproportionate number of daughters, because parents whose first children are daughters will likely continue having children.
This Phase 2 trial will evaluate the immunogenicity and safety of two dose level of RSV-F protein nanoparticle vaccine with and without aluminum phosphate in 330 women of childbearing age.
2] or for overweight patients with a BMI over 27 who do not have childbearing potential and who have at least one comorbidity.
Whether couples want to stop childbearing or to delay the next pregnancy, determines the demand for family planning and the potential impact on reproductive preference.
The full report (in Greek) provides statistical information related to the characteristics of childbearing women, the medical care provided to the mother and the newborn throughout pregnancy and during the labour, the newborn's health, as well as several factors regarding the period of gestation and the labour.
Childbearing intentions vary substantially by two important demographic characteristics: race and ethnicity and relationship status.
Maternity Nursing focuses on the care of women during the childbearing years.
steady even as millions of American women discover their dreams for childbearing diverging from the reality of their lives.