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Synonyms for primigravida

(obstetrics) a woman who is pregnant for the first time

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However, this high use of episiotomies among primigravida and its subsequent sequlae has fueled the call for the use of restrictive episiotomy only when patients need it and not across board as was our finding where almost all the primigravidae had episiotomies (8,9,15).
The occurrence of depression during pregnancy was significantly associated with the number of pregnancies, showing that primigravidae participants were more likely to experience depression during pregnancy than multigravidae, what can be observed in Table 2.
The proportion of new cases among primigravidae of medium and high class income, privately insured, in Cali, Colombia between 2010 and 2014 was 10%, and the risk in primigravidae is always higher than in other pregnant women.
Primigravidae have the most severe consequences of pregnancy-associated malaria because they lack specific protective immunity.
The ages of women were categorized into 1525, 26-36 and 37-47 while gravidity was categorized into primigravidae, secundigravidae and multigravidae.
Of the 200 primigravidae, 26 (13%) had the gestational age beyond 40 weeks as compared to 10 (5%) multigravidae (RR) 2.
Conclusion: Eclampsia is common antenatally and in primigravidae, and a major cause of maternal morbidity and mortality in our region.
Multigravidae compared with primigravidae women were less likely to have followed the recommendations correctly.
Severe anaemia in pregnancy: a problem of primigravidae in rural Zaire.
In this issue, Begum et al (10) report the seroprevalence of anti-HEV IgG antibodies in pregnant primigravidae.
The percentage of mothers who were primigravidae (i.
Prevention of postpartum stress incontinence in primigravidae with increased bladder neck mobility: a randomised controlled trial of antenatal pelvic floor exercises.