parous


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Related to parous: multiparous, nulliparous, nullipara

par·ous

(par'ŭs),
Pertaining to parity.
[L. pario, to bear]

parous

(păr′əs, pâr′-)
adj.
Having given birth one or more times.

parous

adjective Referring to parity (equality, as in amount, status or value), or having given birth one or more times.

par·ous

(par'ŭs)
Pertaining to parity.
[L. pario, to bear]
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(9) In a systematic review and meta-analysis of 3 studies, ever breastfeeding was associated with a 28% reduced risk for triple-negative (ER-, PR-, HER2-) breast cancer among parous women.
2012), and, on average, PFAA concentrations are lower in parous compared to nulliparous women (Berg et al.
At 15 d, 92% of the females fed on tuberose had already ovulated or had follicular relics (parous), but only 17% of the females fed on a meridic diet reached that stage (Fig.
Parous women generated statistically different IAPs compared to their nulliparous counterparts in certain exercises.
It seems likely that parity progression decisions were less commonly within the calculus of conscious choice at the time of the earliest survey, especially because just 15% of parous, nonpregnant women were using any method of contraception (not shown).
With the exception of three patients (including the one male patient), all the other patients (70; 95.89%) diagnosed to have IGM were parous females.
Nulliparous (first pregnancy) abortions are also thought to be more conducive to breast cancer than parous abortions, when women are already mothers.
Cardiovascular effects of aerobic exercise Training in formerly pre-eclamptic women and healthy parous control subjects.
Of those women, defined as 'non-completers', 82% were parous mothers compared to 18% who were first-time mothers.
Elective induction of labour and the risk of cesarean section in low risk parous woman: a cohort study.
[sup][10] Fourth, women with Type 2 tumors are more likely to be parous than nulliparous.
So far, 90% of reported cases of intravascular fibroid extension have occurred in parous females and 10% had previous pelvic surgery or hysterectomy14.