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Related to multiparity: nulliparity, placenta previa

multiparous

(of certain species of mammal) producing many offspring at one birth
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Multiparity has an increased risk factor of developing bacteriuria among pregnant women.
Key Words: Grand multiparity, Maternal outcome, Antenatal care
Conclusion: In this study higher maternal age (> 35 years), obesity, multiparity, family history of diabetes, previous history of gestational diabetes mellitus and previous history of macrocosmic baby delivery were identified as the significant risk factors associated with gestational diabetes mellitus.
The exact etiology is unknown but the risk factors are multiparity, previous pregnancy with placenta previa, previous caesarean section and postabortal pregnancies.
Risk factors associated with abdominal pregnancy include tubal damage, pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, assisted reproductive techniques and multiparity.
Although the cause is mostly unknown and the condition frequently presents in the absence of preexisting heart disease or hypertension, advanced maternal age, obesity, multiparity, and multiple gestations are risk factors.
It should be considered, at hospital discharge of women users of drugs, the referral to reproductive planning programs, since most of them have sex without protection, keep addictive behavior in postpartum and have several risk factors for unintended pregnancy and multiparity.
Risk factors include physical disabilities, dementia, diabetes, urinary incontinence, chronic diarrhea, and multiparity.
I Risk factors that have been independently associated with TUCK include advanced maternal age (AMA; >35 years), multiparity, diabetes mellitus, gestational diabetes, polyhydramnios, and previous spontaneous abortion.
Pelvic muscle often compromise during the childbirth hence multiparity is a major risk factor for stress incontinence.
Multiparity and fertility agents such as clomiphene may increase the risk of developing DTC.