primiparous


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pri·mip·a·rous

(prī-mip'ă-rŭs),
Denoting a primipara.
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primiparous

(prī-mĭp′ər-əs)
adj.
Giving or having given birth for the first time: primiparous sows.

pri′mi·par′i·ty (-mĭ-păr′ĭ-tē) n.
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pri·mip·a·rous

(prī-mip'ă-rŭs)
Denoting a primipara.
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To model the change in the size-fecundity relationship between likely primiparous and multiparous females, we incorporated a split-point regression in some of the models in which the slope of the relationship changes above a critical point:
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).
The following factors were also cited as important factors: psychological adjustment; body image; ethnicity and / or race; mother's intention to breastfeed; age; educational level; if employed; if she lived in her own household, or lived with her family and / or friends; in addition to emotional factors or depressive symptoms; a sense of maternal coherence (the mother's ability to deal with difficult or unexpected situations in relation to breastfeeding), and whether the mothers were primiparous or multiparous (19,26,28,29).
Third- and fourth-degree perineal tears among primiparous women in England between 2000 and 2012: time trends and risk factors.
These findings suggest that primary emergency caesarean section is commoner in primiparous compared to multiparous women.
Characteristic characteristics of included studies to meta-analysis Study Country Participants Intervention/Control Group Mathew India Primiparous Birth chair and et al.
Prevalence of anal sphincter injury in primiparous women.
In a article, the women with high and very high anxiety levels were all primiparous. A high and very high level of labor anxiety were noted in 11.7% of women.
More than half the women were in the parturition of their first child; research in different continents report predominance of primiparous women, (1, 15-20) which shows that, in general, women are in a group that requires greater care because they are upon the birth of their first child.
At least 75% of primiparous women in Jordan and Yemen receive episiotomy as a routine [7, 8].