multiparous


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Related to multiparous: nulliparous, grand multipara

mul·tip·a·rous

(mŭl-tip'ă-rŭs),
Relating to a multipara.

multiparous

(mŭl-tĭp′ər-əs)
adj.
1. Having given birth two or more times.
2. Giving birth to more than one offspring at a time.

mul′ti·par′i·ty (mŭl′tĭ-păr′ĭ-tē) n.

mul·tip·a·rous

(mŭl-tip'ă-rŭs)
Relating to a multipara.
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The reproductive performance of nulliparous ewes is unsatisfactory compared to multiparous ewes, mainly due to their reduced ovulation rate, failures in mating, failures in fertilization, and loss of embryos (Edwards et al., 2016).
Nine trials (5021 women) reported no significant difference in cesarean section risk overall or when compared by parity, multiparous vs primiparous (risk ratio [RR]= 1.27; 95% CI, 0.99-1.63).
Eighty multiparous females with a mean age of 46.9 years (range 26-77 years) who had had two or more previous deliveries underwent EAUS and PBT measurement.
Although CR showed no significant difference between both THI>72 and THI [less than or equal to]72 ambient conditions in heifers or multiparous cows, there is a significant difference between heifers and multiparous cows when THI>72.
Furthermore, 62.5% of nulliparous, 12.5% of primiparous and 25% of multiparous women had excessive weight gain in the 2nd trimester.
All unbooked grand multiparous mother of any age, with singleton pregnancy at term, free of medical disorders admitted to Gynae A Unit, Lady Reading Hospital Peshawar, taken from emergency department were included in the study.
Breast-feeding initiation rates in the multiparous women (7.5%) were more than primis (2.2%) with a significant p value.
Among primipara, 102(67%) had normal BMI, while only 50(32%) of multiparous had normal BMI.
This pattern can be explained by a gastrointestinal limitation of sows, due to the feed restriction during the gestational phase, also by the fact that digestive tract needs time to adapt to an ad libitum feed offer (EISSEN et al., 2000) and can be related to the insulin resistance in primiparous sows or to the insulin-glucose ratio in multiparous sows (MOSNIER et al., 2010ab) at the beginning of lactation.
Multiparous women may experience significant muscle laxity.
Best evidence suggests small females were primiparous (brooding first egg clutch), which provided the opportunity to compare estimated fecundity of primiparous and multiparous (brooding second or subsequent egg clutch) females.