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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Scolari Childress noted that few studies have been done on treating acute headache in pregnancy; most recommendations are based on studies of nonpregnant patients taking medications that are thought to be safe in pregnancy.
Also, the ACP's recommendation that pelvic exams are not needed in asymptomatic, nonpregnant adult women is in contrast with The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommendation that the pelvic exam be performed annually in women 21 years and older.
The researchers interviewed 1,961 nonpregnant women older than age 20.
The significance of this problem and insufficient number of practical works induced us to conduct a comparative investigation of impact of tap water with high composition of ions of ferrum, calcium, magnesium and fluorine on the structural and functional state of kidneys of nonpregnant and pregnant laboratory rats.
Multiple DNA pools were constructed for each phenotype--pregnant and nonpregnant.
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13 ( ANI ): Researchers have claimed that a pregnant woman is more likely to experience discrimination in the job search process than a nonpregnant woman.
One nonpregnant dairy cow had positive test results by slow agglutination test and ELISAs and was slaughtered on April 23, 2012.
The treatment of hypertension is the most common reason in the United States for the use of prescription medications and for office visits by nonpregnant adults.
Nonpregnant, healthy ewes can be vaccinated sub-cutaneously from four months.
Long associated with a worse outcome, researchers have discovered that women treated for breast cancer while pregnant, in fact, have improved disease-free survival and a trend for improved overall survival compared to nonpregnant females treated for the disease.
Of nonpregnant women currently in a monogamous union, 61-88% had had sex in the last month; women's average time since last sex ranged from three days in Rwanda and Zimbabwe to 14 days in Ghana.