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- adj. That has not given birth
- adj. That has not yet laid eggs
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of the condition of a nullipara.
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But the opening to her uterus is in the shape of a linear slit, rather than the tight circle of a nulliparous woman.
A prospective study of serum DDT and progesterone and estrogen levels across menstrual cycle in nulliparous women of reproductive age.
I'm nulliparous so I'm net negative in the carbon footprint department, so I have the right to drive a gas guzzlah.
Usually it's young nulliparous females who haven't reproduced yet who take babies to play at parenting them.
Disclaimer: I am a nulliparous gyno-American who is frequently told that I should do stand-up.
However, after a second stage of 2 hours in nulliparous women and 1 hour in multiparae the chance of spontaneous delivery within a reasonable time decreases, and termination should be contemplated.
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