multiparous


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multiparous

(of certain species of mammal) producing many offspring at one birth
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The experiment was carried out in December 2016, using 20 clinically healthy Santa Ines ewes--10 nulliparous and 10 multiparous. These animals were maintained in a semi-intensive system, with access to water.
Investigators included 9 trials with both nulliparous and multiparous women and 6 trials with only nulliparous women.
120 multiparous patients underwent EAUS for evaluation of PBT and faecal incontinence between January and December 2016, in a prospective clinical study at the colorectal subspecialty department in Shahid Faghihi Hospital, Shiraz, Iran.
In the post-delivery, six weeks and six months period both primiparous and multiparous women who had normal vaginal deliveries had IAS defects more frequently than EAS defects or a combination of IAS and EAS defects.
The overall CR for all inseminations was significantly lower in multiparous cows (47.26% [+ or -] 0.22%) than that in heifers (57.14% [+ or -] 0.11%) (p<0.05).
The cesarean section rate in primipara decreased, but the cesarean section rate in multiparous women increased to 53.6%.
More than half (56.7%) of participants were low multiparous (with children between two and four), whereas nearly third of (29.2%) mothers were primiparous.
Out of total 100 study cases, 53% were nulliparous, 10% were primiparous while 37% of the women were found to be multiparous. The pre operative mean CA-125 level was 60.5+-46.4 IU/ml while post operatively after 6 weeks it was 27.5+-17.5 IU/ml and this difference between pre operative and post operative CA-125 levels was statistically significant(p-value=<0.001).
As shown in Figure 3, 62.5% of nulliparous, 12.5% of primiparous and 25% of multiparous women had excessive weight gain in the 2nd trimester.
Conclusion: In the absence of adequate antenatal care, there was increased likelihood of perinatal complications in grand multiparous women.
A significant number of these would have been multiparous women with previous vaginal births.