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Flood and Nayee, 1984 studied 25, 820 patients with PROM and analysed 14 risk factors using multivariate analysis among which recent coitus was one of the leading risk factors.
Of respondents that resumed coitus (n=212), almost two-thirds 65.6% (n=139) were currently using modern contraceptives.
Experiences of contraception included use of contraception (for which the response options were always, mostly, sometimes, or rarely) and method of contraception (for which the response options were condom, regular contraceptive pill, emergency contraceptive pill, loop intrauterine device, safe period in menstrual cycle, or coitus interruptus).
The gynecologist confirmed that the patient's record included "Patient stated 'pregnancy test negative within 1 week of IUD placement."' The gynecologist did not feel that obtaining the date of the patient's last menstrual period (LMP) was required since she asked if the patient had protected coitus since her LMP and the patient answered yes.
These eight essays examine a wide variety of issues surrounding mental health during 1200-1700, including emotions and psychological health in Aquinas; miraculous consolation for a bereft mother; fear, fantasy ad sleep in medieval medicine; anger and the mind-body connection in medieval and early modern medicine; coitus, desire and hygiene in medieval and early modern Spain; sadness at the time of Shakespeare; melancholia in the Renaissance; and music and spirit in early modern thought,
And if you're in Lebanon, you have a resident expert now to answer all your coitus queries.
Nielsen and Kennedy (1990) reported that under natural conditions, transmission of TVT occur during coitus or by social behaviors such as licking or sniffing.
The police have recovered a pen drive containing clips of the swami's coitus and laptop from the blackmailers.
It was determined that being young (OR=1.64), advanced age (OR=2.41), low levels of education (OR=2.80), primigravida (OR=3.44), multiparity (OR=2.83), overweight before pregnancy (OR=4.66) and coitus frequency (OR=1.61) could be effective in the formation of membrane rupture in less than 34gw in our cases.
In a time when women were perceived to be easily swayed into pacts with the devil through coitus, fears of witches and monstrous births were prevalent, and the topics of conception, gestation, and birth occupied the thoughts of many.
Tiger Mothers start planning their child's career when they hit 10, their university education at birth, and their primary school during coitus.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), and the American Cancer Society recommend screening in sexually active women at least every 3 years, starting at age 21 or 3 years after the first coitus (6-8).
In general, they are asymptomatic, unless when they are complicated by infection or difficult coitus.[sup.2]
The new guideline addresses the use of hormonal contraceptives, emergency contraceptive pills, intrauterine devices for both pregnancy prevention and emergency contraception, barrier methods, sterilization, and "natural methods," including coitus interruptus, lactational amenorrhea, and fertility awareness.
Michelangelo is thought to have been homosexual, but he publicly expressed aversion to coitus, and advised others "not to indulge in it, or at least as little as possible."