The Attorney General's Office claimed Brigham had used the two-state practice to evade New Jersey law prohibiting doctors from performing abortions after the 14th week of a patient's last menstrual period outside a hospital or other licensed medical facility," Livio explained.
What does LMP stand for?
LMP stands for Last Menstrual Period
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We have 167 other meanings of LMP in our Acronym Attic
- Launcher Maintenance Operational Training System
- Local Memorandum Of Understanding
- Left Message on Voicemail
- La Mirada Punks (gang)
- Labor Management Partnership (Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions agreement)
- Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology
- Labour Market Participation (various locations)
- Labour Market Policy (various locations)
- Lake Metroparks (Lake County, Ohio)
- Land Management Plan
- Late Medieval Period
- Le Mans Prototype (auto racing)
- Leadership and Management Programme (various organizations)
- League of Municipalities in the Philippines (Quezon City, Philippines)
- Leeds University Maths Prayer-Group (UK)
- Lehet Más A Politika (Hungarian political party)
- Lemon Meringue Pie
- Level of Market Penetration
- Liability Matching Portfolio (retirement)
- Library Media Project (1988-2007)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The children who were chosen to participate in the study all had mothers who had a known first day of their last menstrual period and a regular cycle.
Almost 85 percent of girls who reported missing school during their last menstrual period said the primary reason was one or more of the following: heavy bleeding, cramps, or diarrhea.
Of note, the prevalence of hepatic steatosis rose with greater time since the last menstrual period (LMP).
After six years, the risk of an autistic disorder was 40 percent lower in the children of women who took folic acid around the time they became pregnant (from four weeks before to eight weeks after their last menstrual period began) than in the children of those who did not.
The average pregnancy is 266 days long measured from conception, or 280 days measured from the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP).
By counting back from the last menstrual period, the researchers targeted a 10-day window in which each woman would likely ovulate.
Comparison of ultrasonic measurement of biparietal diameter and last menstrual period as a predictor of day of delivery in women with regular 28 day-cycles.