nonpregnant


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nonpregnant

(ˌnɒnˈprɛɡnənt)
adj
not pregnant
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Adj.1.nonpregnant - not pregnant
pregnant - carrying developing offspring within the body or being about to produce new life
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Simon and Uddin's recent research analysis indicates that the percentage of nonpregnant women who visit a general ObGyn, whether alone or in combination with an internist, family physician, or general practitioner, has declined.
2% of nonpregnant women reported marijuana use in the previous month, the investigators said.
5% for the 395,600 nonpregnant women who responded to the survey from 2002 to 2015.
Overall for the 14,400 pregnant women and the 395,600 nonpregnant women up to age 44 years who responded to the survey from 2002 to 2015, marijuana use was higher in the first trimester (6.
Current evidence fails to support or reject routine screening pelvic exams for asymptomatic, low-risk, nonpregnant adult women, the U.
2%) nonpregnant patients with confirmed or presumptive Zika virus disease, incidence was higher among women (936 per 100,000 population) than men (576 per 100,000) for all age groups [greater than or equal to] 20 years, and the majority (61%) of reported Zika virus disease cases occurred in females.
In the United States, group B Streptococcus (GBS) has emerged as a frequent cause of invasive infection in nonpregnant adults with underlying medical conditions.
This gave us an impetus to study dynamic PFTs specifically in the third trimester of uncomplicated pregnancy and to compare them with those of matched nonpregnant women and establishing norms of adaptive changes in respiratory physiology during pregnancy in the Indian population.
The following cohorts were created: (a) males, (b) nonpregnant females, (c) pregnant females, (d) patients prescribed metyrapone and (e) patients prescribed prednisolone.
An appendix tabulates dietary reference intakes of nutrients for males and pregnant, lactating, and nonpregnant females of different ages.
A new understanding of the pathophysiology of such cases became possible when the cyclic peristaltic activity of the nonpregnant uterus was discovered.
A total of 501 women were excluded due to the exclusion criteria, 36 were excluded as outliers, and the remaining 2777 women were assigned to four groups according to the number of weeks of gestation: T1 = 1-12 weeks, T2 = 13-27 weeks, T3 = 28-40 weeks, and nonpregnant women.