nulliparity


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nulliparity

(ˌnʌlɪˈpærɪtɪ)
n
(Medicine) med entomol the position or fact of never having been pregnant or borne young or children

nulliparity

the condition in a woman of never having given birth. — nullipara, n. — nulliparous, adj.
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2 Other risk factors of endometriosis are early menarche, nulliparity, prolonged and frequent menstrual cycles, heavy menstrual bleeding and keeping intra-uterine contraceptive devices for long periods.
Other associated factors include nulliparity, a morbidly adherent fundal placenta, short umbilical cord and rare connective tissue disorders.
2] Its incidence is significantly increased by nulliparity, late age of first birth, and late menopause, factors also associated with increased risk for breast carcinoma.
The study would have benefited by documenting the role that provider bias played in serving this cohort of young women irrespective of marital status, age or nulliparity.
It is also found that nulliparity increases RA risk.
Other factors associated with an increased risk for complex hyperplasia or cancer were nulliparity (odds ratio [OR], 2.
Risk factors include race (more prevalent in African American women), early menarche, nulliparity, perimenopause, alcohol use, oral contraceptive use, and hormone replacement therapy.
Each of the NICHD deceleration types was associated in our study with acidemia after adjustment for fever, obesity, prolonged first stage, and nulliparity.
An unexplained social gradient in breast cancer incidence persists even when they control or adjust for known risk factors such as alcohol consumption and reproductive factors such as nulliparity (childlessness) and older age at first full-term pregnancy, which are more prevalent in educated, professional women.
1) Episiotomy, instrumental delivery, vaginal lacerations, nulliparity, prolongation of second phase of labor, vulvar and vaginal varicose veins, and coagulopathies are the main risk factors in the etiology of puerperal hematoma.
On one hand, nulliparity and infertility are established risk factor for ovarian cancer.
1%) women presented with nulliparity Of the nulliparous perimenopausal women with AUB, 30% had endometrial hyperplasia.