I'm a 38-year-old gravida IV, para 0, who is generally well and in good spirits except for a significant surgical history of five previous laparotomies and minor allergies to house-dust mite.
What does G stand for?
G stands for Gravida (number of pregnancies)
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- Goals Scored (various sports)
- Gold (rollplaying games)
- Good (numismatics; 2nd worst condition of coin)
- Good (philatelic auction term)
- Gorod (Russian, town/city; used in postal addresses)
- Graffenberg (spot)
- Gravida (gynecology)
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4], this construct is probably less reliable these days in light of conditions such as a rising number of older gravidas and the growing use of assisted reproductive technologies.
CASE SUMMARY A healthy 21-year-old parity 1, gravida 0 (P1G0) woman woman presented for a 20-week screening ultrasound.
Clinical presentation A 19-year-old woman (para 1, gravida 1) delivered a baby girl at 36 weeks' gestational age.
Case report A 55-year-old postmenopausal woman, para 5, gravida 5, presented to the emergency department at UCMS & GTB Hospital, New Delhi, India, a tertiary care centre, with acute severe abdominal pain, from which she had been suffering for 6 hours.
13-14,17-19) The most important maternal factors are diabetes gravida and excessive weight gain during pregnancy.
Case Presentation A 30-year-old female patient, gravida 4, para 3, was admitted to North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (NEIGRIHMS), Shillong, India with a 7-week history of amenorrhea followed by an episode of mild bleeding per vaginum.
The incidence of malaria in pregnancy was found to be more in primigravida and second gravida (18/25) as compared to multigravida (7/25).