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nul·lip·a·ra

 (nə-lĭp′ər-ə)
n.
A woman who has never given birth.

[Latin nūllus, none; see ne in Indo-European roots + -para.]

nul·lip′a·rous adj.
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nullipara

(nʌˈlɪpərə)
n, pl -rae (-ˌriː)
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) a woman who has never borne a child
[C19: New Latin, from nullus no, not any + -para, from parere to bring forth; see -parous]
nulˈliparous adj
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nul•lip•a•ra

(nʌˈlɪp ər ə)

n., pl. -a•rae (-əˌri)
a woman who has never borne a child.
[1870–75; < New Latin, = Latin nūll(us) not any (see null) + -para, -parous]
nul•li•par•i•ty (ˌnʌl əˈpær ɪ ti) n.
nul•lip′a•rous, adj.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nullipara - (obstetrics) a woman who has never give birth to a child
midwifery, obstetrics, tocology, OB - the branch of medicine dealing with childbirth and care of the mother
adult female, woman - an adult female person (as opposed to a man); "the woman kept house while the man hunted"
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* Nullipara: Patients who never delivered a baby of >24 weeks or >500gms.
Regarding parity 25 (50%) patients were multipara, 9 (18%) grand multipara, 6 (12%) primipara, 5 (10%) great grand multipara and 5 (10%) nullipara. All the patients were unbookd on admission.
Of all study participants, 23% were > 35 years of age, 62% were white, 86% were nonsingle parents, 18% were smokers during pregnancy, 4% consumed alcohol during pregnancy, 6% had gestational or pregestational diabetes, 59% were nullipara, and 2% had multiple pregnancies.
There are only 15 percent of women from suburban and rural areas that are still childless 10 years after their sexual debut, while the proportion of nullipara women in the urban areas is above 30 percent.
Age, parity and literacy status of the pregnant population Characteristics Anti-HCV antibody Seropositive Seronegative (N=84) (N=8046) Age (yr) 17-20 14 (16.7) 1377 (17.1) 21-25 43 (51.2) 4414 (54.9) 26-30 23 (27.4) 1869 (23.2) 31-35 4 (4.7) 339 (4.2) > 35 0 (0.0) 47 (0.6) Parity Nullipara 32 (0.9) 3423 (1.1) Multipara 52 (99.0) 4623 (98.9) Literacy status Illiterate 22 (26.2) 1897 (23.6) Upto Metric 40 (47.6) 4438 (55.2) Upto 12th 9 (10.7) 895 (11.1) Graduate 11 (13.1) 669 (8.3) Postgraduate 2 (2.4) 147 (1.8) Values in parentheses are percentages Table II.
Number and percentage distribution of reproductive characteristics of study participants Characteristic Frequency Percent (%) Number of sexual partners 0 S 8.08 1-3 77 77.77 4-6 8 9.09 Unknown 6 6.06 Total 99 99.99 Gravidity None 16 17.39 1-6 65 7.39 7-16 11 11.96 Total 92 (b) 100.00 Parity Nullipara 18 19.57 1-3 43 46.74 4-6 22 23.91 7-10 6 6.52 11-12 3 3.26 Total 92 (a) 100.00 Table 2.
He described the case of a 26-year-old nullipara diagnosed with Hashimoto's thyroiditis at age 23.
The extract contracted the guinea pig ileum in a concentration-dependent manner, but had no effect on pleuripara and nullipara non-gravid uteri at progestogenic and estrogenic phases respectively.
a multigravida has been pregnant before, even if the pregnancy resulted in a spontaneous abortion, and a nullipara is a woman who has not yet delivered a child (adapted from Wolfe and Goldsmith; 1980.
It was found that overall 71.42% participants were nullipara and 58.67% did not have adequate antenatal checkup (booking).
It also shows that the estimated risks of maternal near miss (MNM) were significantly higher for women aged in the extremes of reproductive period, including 10-19 years (13% higher risk) and 35-55 years (39% higher risk), with no a steady partner (23% higher risk), if they are nullipara (32% higher risk), with any previous morbid condition (2.5-fold), with a lower number of prenatal visits (21 to 52% higher risk), for women experiencing smoking, drugs, alcohol, or violence (18% higher risk), if birth occurred with an elective C-section (1.6-fold) or simply by C-section (2.4-fold).
Case 1: This was a 28 year old nullipara who was admitted as a case of severe preeclampsia in March 2011.