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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.
Translations

nul·lip·a·rous

n. nulípara, mujer que nunca ha dado a luz un feto con vida.
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Normal saline with 5% dextrose "should be considered the default solute during labor induction in nulliparous women," Josianne Pare, MD, said at the annual Pregnancy Meeting sponsored by the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine.
We are reporting a unique case of SCCOHT in a 35 years old, nulliparous lady with primary infertility in which symptomatic hypercalcemia was a presenting feature of her cancer.
deliveries during 2009-2013 identified two new significant dangers posed to neonates delivered by planned home births: nulliparous pregnancies and deliveries at 41 weeks' gestational age or older.
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The objective of the study was to determine the perinatal outcome of elective induction with expectant management in elderly nulliparous women [greater than or equal to]35 years of age at term ([greater than or equal to] 39 weeks of gestation)
The third missing essential is an intrauterine device (IUD) or intrauterine system (IUS) the dimensions of which will accommodate the nulliparous or smaller uterus to provide a more anatomical fit.
The majority bitches (60%) of population of this study which suffered from pyometra were nulliparous (Table 1).
Pregnancies occurred in two nulliparous (never given birth) and four parous (previously given birth) participants.
Using this composite measure, the study found an increased incidence for nulliparous women who planned a homebirth (OR 1.
Dystocia is defined as slow progression or lack of progression of labor which occurs in 25-30% of nulliparous women and is regarded as the cause for two thirds of cesarean sections in these women.