infecundity


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fe·male ste·ril·i·ty

the inability of the female to conceive, due to inadequacy in structure or function of the genital organs.
Synonym(s): infecundity

infecundity

(ĭn-fē-kŭn′dĭ-tē) [L. infecunditas, sterility]
Barrenness; an inability to conceive.

infecundity

Infertility. Inability to bear children.
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Where TFR = 'Total Fertility Rate', C x = 'Index of proportion of women sexually active', Cc= 'Index of contraception', C a = 'Index of abortion' and C i = 'Index of postpartum infecundability' and C f is index of infecundity while PF is potential fertility.
(74) OMS, "Global prevalence of infertility, infecundity and childlessness", sin fecha, disponible en http://www.who.int/reproductivehealth/topics/infertility/burden/en/, consultado el 5 de mayo de 2016.
(70) The sentence from Resolution 22, on "Responsible Parenthood," reads in part as follows: "Nevertheless, the Conference finds itself unable to agree with the Pope's conclusion that all methods of conception control other than abstinence from sexual intercourse or its confinement to the periods of infecundity are contrary to the 'order established by God'" (Coleman, Resolutions, p.
In contrast, declines in the proportion of women with no need were greatest among younger women (5-8 percentage points among women aged 15-29), and declines in infecundity were greatest among women 35 or older (6-9 points).
In fact, some pro-Israeli writers and analysts have started a campaign in a bid to prove the infecundity of the Two-State solution.
No postpartum infecundity period is allowed as many sample women conceive immediately after giving birth and many women in the United States do not breast feed, which shortens this period.
(12.) Rustein SO & Shah IH 2004, Infecundity, infertility and childlessness in developing countries.
elevate infecundity, waste, and sameness to requirements for the production of pleasure." Unlike heteronormative exchanges that enlist bodies as projectiles of "reproductive futurity" (Edelman), Bersani's shattering sex of sameness swaps procreation for the exhilarating terror of excess
Infertility, involuntary infecundity, and the seeking of medical advice in industrialized countries 1970-1992: a review of concepts, measurement and results.
where [p.sub.n] is the probability of pregnancy in month n, b is the probability a pregnancy is brought to term, f is the monthly failure rate, a is the gestation at time of induced or spontaneous abortion and i is nine months plus duration of postpartum infecundity.
It records childlessness, primary and secondary infertility, primary, secondary and self-reported infecundity, and trends in fertility.
''I was astonished to learn that throughout their life they have lived on the margins of the society, most of them unmarried or dumped due to infecundity, but they demonstrated far more tenacity and courage than any other sufferers.''