gravida


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the number of the pregnancy that a woman is in

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Em gravidas, a insatisfacao com o corpo e frequentemente associada a alimentacao inadequada e restritiva (13-15) e a depressao pre e pos-natal (11,16), que podem ter serias implicacoes negativas tanto para a saude e bem-estar da mulher quanto para o feto (17,18).
Effect modifiers were controlled by stratification of data with reference to age gravida and socioeconomic status to see above mentioned outcome.
La mayoria de los organismo frecuentes (algas coralinas macizas y ramificadas, Favia gravida y Agaricia agaricites) mostraron la mas alta "coexistencia positiva", tal vez por su abundancia.
A 17-year-old white gravida 3 para 1 woman spontaneously delivered a 1180-g female infant at 31 weeks of gestation.
A 23-year-old woman, gravida 1, para 0, at 42 weeks of pregnancy gave birth to a healthy female infant without complications except for a 4th-degree tear.
Additionally, age group, subcounty of residence, gravida and mother's education level were compared between time periods.
Distribution of Gravida Gravida Control Pre-eclampsia (n = 20) (n = 50) Primi gravida (G1) 15 27 Second gravida (G2) 5 16 Third gravida (G3) -- 07 Table 4.
A 39-year-old gravida 2 para 2 patient presented with epistaxis that had begun 5 years earlier during her first pregnancy and had stopped after delivery.
The data of demographic variables such as age, obstetric history (parity, gravida, abortions), previous history of surgery or ectopic pregnancy were collected from patient's medical files.
They were primi or second gravida having singleton pregnancy with vertex presentation and Bishop Score <4.