multiparity


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multiparity

 [mul″tĭ-par´ĭ-te]
the condition of being a multipara; called also pluriparity.

mul·ti·par·i·ty

(mŭl-tĭ-păr'ĭ-tē),
Condition of being a multipara.

mul·ti·par·i·ty

(mŭl'tē-par'i-tē)
Condition of being a multipara.
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Three hundred women were enrolled in this study; 100 were multiparity pregnant women as study group, 100 were primiparity pregnant women as control positive group and 100 were nulliparity (Non-pregnant women) were the control negative group.
The most significant factors associated with different types of violence were the low educational status of the women and their spouses, living in the rural areas, arranged marriage, living without an official marriage, low income, multiparity, unplanned pregnancies, and dissatisfaction with the sex of the baby.
Key Words: Grand multiparity, Maternal outcome, Antenatal care
In our study, the uterus exposed to two 5 mg/kg doses of MPA did not exhibit any dramatic changes in the collagen deposition in any of the layers studied compared to those exposed to luteal progesterone in physiological conditions of nulliparity and multiparity, demonstrating that, even when the MPA is a synthetic molecule, it does not interfere with collagen synthesis or expression.
Other predictive factors were postmenopausal bleeding, recurrent AGC diagnoses, HIV infection, the presence of sexually transmitted pathogens, multiparity, hormonal contraception, absence of the TZ and suspicion of carcinoma on macroscopic assessment of the cervix.
Conclusion: In this study higher maternal age (> 35 years), obesity, multiparity, family history of diabetes, previous history of gestational diabetes mellitus and previous history of macrocosmic baby delivery were identified as the significant risk factors associated with gestational diabetes mellitus.
Cervical status at the beginning of surgical procedures in the study group in comparison to the placebo group Characteristics Misoprostol (n=28) Placebo(n=28) p-value Age * (year) 50.7 [+ or -] 9.3 50.4 [+ or -] 9.1 0.908 ** Weight * (kg) 69.8 [+ or -] 9.5 69.9 [+ or -] 9.2 0.977 ** Nulliparity 11(39.3%) 7(25%) 0.252 *** Multiparity 17(60.7%) 21(75%) 0.39 *** Postmenopausal 9(32.1%) 7(25%) 0.554 *** Premenopausal 19(67.9%) 21(75%) 0.76 *** * Mean [+ or -] SD, ** t-test, *** Chi-square test Table 2.
Risk factors associated with abdominal pregnancy include tubal damage, pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, assisted reproductive techniques and multiparity. Clinical history and physical examination alone may be insufficient to make a preoperative diagnosis.
In the bivariate analysis, perinatal mortality was found to be weakly associated with multiparty (crude OR, 1.4; 95% CI, 1.04-1.80) and strongly associated with grand multiparity (COR, 2.3; 95% CI, 1.44-3.68).
Risk factors include physical disabilities, dementia, diabetes, urinary incontinence, chronic diarrhea, and multiparity. One-third of patients will talk to us about it.
I Risk factors that have been independently associated with TUCK include advanced maternal age (AMA; >35 years), multiparity, diabetes mellitus, gestational diabetes, polyhydramnios, and previous spontaneous abortion.
(21) As it happens in most developing countries, some socio-economic and cultural factors may be related to this high HPV prevalence, especially early start of sexual activity; multiparity; lack of education; and the misconceptions and beliefs that constrain people from discussing diseases of the genital tract.