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(Tıp) pregnansi

O gebelik testi yaptırdı. - She took a pregnancy test.

Bu TV gösterisi genç gebelik ve eşcinsellik konuları ele almaktadır. - This TV show tackles issues of teenage pregnancy and homosexuality.


Ben bir hamilelik testi aldım ama o negatifti. - I took a pregnancy test, but it was negative.

Onlar prezervatif kullanmıyorlar çünkü artık hamilelik konusunda endişeli değiller. - They don't use condoms because they are no longer worried about pregnancy.

derin anlam/gebelik
{i} gebe olma
{i} anlam içerme
pregnancy test
hamilelik testi
pregnancy diabetics
(Tıp) gebelik diyabeti
pregnancy gingivitis
(Diş Hekimliği) gebelik dönemlerinde, hormonal dengesizlikten dolayı hücre metabolizmasının etkilenmesi ve yerel doku direncinin azalması şeklinde izah edilen gingivitis
pregnancy in adolescence
(Tıp) adolesanda gebelik
pregnancy in diabetes
(Tıp) şeker hastalığında gebelik
pregnancy prevention
hamilelikten korunma
pregnancy tumor
(Diş Hekimliği) gebelik gingivitesi görülen hastaların %1 inde görülen, hamilelikten sonra küçülen büyüme
prolonged pregnancy
uzamış gebelik
ectopic pregnancy
(Tıp) ektopik gebelik
mask of pregnancy
gebelik maskesi
multiple pregnancy
çoğul gebelik
phantom pregnancy
yalancı gebelik
quadruplet pregnancy
dördüz gebelik
spurious pregnancy
yalancı gebelik
toxemia of pregnancy
hamilelik zehirlenmesi
triplet pregnancy
üçüz gebelik
twin pregnancy
ikiz gebelik
adverse outcomes of pregnancy
hamileliğin olumsuz sonuçlanması
ectopic pregnancy
(Tıp, İlaç) Uterus dışında olan veya Fallop Tüpleri içinde olan gebelik
imaginary pregnancy
Hayali gebelik
molar pregnancy
molar gebelik
teenage pregnancy
genç hamileliği.13-19 yaş arasındaki kişinin hamileliği
advanced in pregnancy
hamileliği ilerlemiş
false pregnancy
yalancı gebelik
forced pregnancy
(Kanun) zorla hamile bırakma
multiple pregnancy
(Tıp) çoklu gebelik
recurrent pregnancy wastage
(Tıp) tekrarlayan gebelik kaybı
termination of pregnancy
termination of pregnancy
hamileliğin sonu
English - English
The condition of being pregnant
The progression of stages from conception to birth
{n} a being with young, fertile, full, clear
Encompasses the time from confirmation of implantation (through any of the presumptive signs of pregnancy, such as missed manses, or by a medically acceptable pregnancy test), until expulsion or extraction of the fetus
Pregnancy is the condition of being pregnant or the period of time during which a female is pregnant. It would be wiser to cut out all alcohol during pregnancy She was exhausted by eight pregnancies in 13 years. pregnancies when a woman is pregnant (=has a baby growing inside her body). Process of human gestation that takes place in the female's body as a fetus develops, from fertilization to birth (see parturition). It begins when a viable sperm from the male and egg from the ovary merge in the fallopian tube (see fertility; fertilization). The fertilized egg (zygote) grows by cell division as it moves toward the uterus, where it implants in the lining and grows into an embryo and then a fetus. A placenta and umbilical cord develop for nutrient and waste exchange between the circulations of mother and fetus. A protective fluid-filled amniotic sac encloses and cushions the fetus. Early in pregnancy, higher estrogen and progesterone levels halt menstruation, cause nausea, often with vomiting (morning sickness), and enlarge the breasts and prepare them for lactation. As the fetus grows, so does the uterus, displacing other organs. Normal weight gain in pregnancy is 20-25 lbs (9-11.5 kg). The fetus's nutritional needs require the mother to take in more calories and especially protein, water, calcium, and iron. Folic-acid supplements are recommended during early pregnancy to prevent neural tube defects. Smoking, alcohol, and many legal and illegal drugs can cause congenital disorders and should be avoided during pregnancy. Ultrasound imaging is often used to monitor structural and functional progress of the growing fetus. The due date is estimated as 280 days from the time of last menstruation; 90% of babies are born within two weeks of the estimated date. See also amniocentesis; preeclampsia and eclampsia; premature birth
Figuratively: The quality of being heavy with important contents, issue, significance, etc
Treating a woman differently from others who are similar in their ability or inability to work for any employment-related purpose based upon her pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, or her child care/health care responsibilities
– The period of time from confirmation of implantation of a fertilized egg within the uterus until the fetus has entirely left the uterus (i e , has been delivered) Implantation is confirmed through a presumptive sign of pregnancy such as missed menses or a positive pregnancy test [45 CFR 46 203(b)] This "confirmation" may be in error, but, for research purposes, investigators would presume that a living fetus was present until evidence to the contrary was clear Although fertilization occurs a week or more before implantation, the current inability to detect the fertilization event or the presence of a newly fertilized egg makes a definition of pregnancy based on implantation necessary
The term "Pregnancy" is childbirth and conditions associated with Pregnancy, including complications
The condition of being pregnant; the state of being with young
The 40 week period of developing a baby See additional information
{i} state of carrying a child in the uterus; fertility, fecundity; significance, state of being rich in meaning
unusual consequence or capacity; fertility
Includes obstetrics, abortions, threatened abortions, miscarriages, premature deliveries, ectopic pregnancies, or other conditions or complications caused by pregnancy A complication caused by pregnancy is a condition that occurs prior to the end of the pregnancy, distinct from the pregnancy, but caused or adversely affected by it Postpartum depression and similar diagnoses are not considered complications of pregnancy as that terminology is used in the contract
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the state of being pregnant; the period from conception to birth when a woman carries a developing fetus in her uterus
the condition of having a developing embryo or fetus in the body
Insulin is the drug of choice for controlling diabetes mellitus during pregnancy, that is, it is preferred over oral drugs to reduce blood sugar Regular human insulin is preferred over insulin aspart or insulin glargine during pregnancy since the latter two insulins have not been studied in pregnant women NPH, lente, and ultralente insulins also may be used in pregnancy
The condition of and complications arising from a woman having a fertilized ovum, embryo or fetus in her body-usually, but not always, in the uterus-and lasting from the time of conception to the time of childbirth, abortion, miscarriage or other termination
suspected pregnancy
This can be verified by a physician, licensed nurse midwife, registered nurse or physician's assistant
{i} gravidity
{i} cyesis
{i} fetation
pregnancy school
A school exclusively for pregnant girls
pregnancy schools
plural form of pregnancy school
pregnancy fetishism
Pregnancy fetishism, also known as maiesiophilia, is a sexual fetish for women who are or appear pregnant. Although this kind of fetishism is found mostly in males, they include some females with either homosexual and bisexual attractions to women who are pregnant. Amongst those who have the fetish there are many subtle distinctions and sub-fetishes, so not all are the same. In some cases it coincides with an affectation for lactation, and can be connected to inflation fetishism. Impregnation fetish is another related paraphilia
pregnancy test
A pregnancy test is a medical test which women have to find out if they have become pregnant
pregnancy test
a physiological test to determine whether a person is pregnant
pregnancy test
test taken by a woman to find out whether or not she is pregnant
interesting condition

His young wife ... was at church with her mother, and suddenly overcome by indisposition, arising from her interesting condition, she could not remain standing, she drove home in the first sledge, a smart-looking one, she came across.

anembryonic pregnancy
A form of early miscarried pregnancy in which the embryo fails to develop, though the gestational sac appears to grow normally
denial of pregnancy
A condition whereby a pregnant woman refuses to accept or recognise her pregnancy
ectopic pregnancy
A pregnancy in which the fertilized ovum is implanted in any tissue other than the uterine wall. Most ectopic pregnancies occur in the Fallopian tube (so-called tubal pregnancies), but implantation can also occur in the cervix, ovaries, and abdomen. An abdominal pregnancy or heterotopic pregnancy is rare, but a few, fabulously rare (about 1: 60,000,000) cases are documented as coming to term; in the other instances, the mother dies first; an abdominal pregnancy is the supreme obstetrical emergency. All are treated by surgery where the life of the non-viable fetus is sacrificed for that of the mother
male pregnancy
The use, as a plot device, of a male character becoming pregnant
ectopic pregnancy
(Ev ile ilgili) Pregnancy resulting from gestation elsewhere than in the uterus(synonym) extrauterine pregnancy, ectopic gestation, extrauterine gestation, eccyesis, metacyesis
molar pregnancy
(Tıp, İlaç) A rare cancer in women of childbearing age in which cancer cells grow in the tissues that are formed in the uterus after conception. Also called gestational trophoblastic disease, gestational trophoblastic neoplasia, gestational trophoblastic tumor, or choriocarcinoma
abdominal pregnancy
ectopic pregnancy in the abdominal cavity
advanced pregnancy
period which is in the last three months of pregnancy
chemical pregnancy
Pregnancy resulting from in vitro fertilization or other reproductive technology, characterized by low levels of HCG and usually miscarriage prior to implantation
ectopic pregnancy
Implantation and subsequent development of a fertilized ovum outside the uterus, as in a fallopian tube. or extrauterine pregnancy Condition in which a fertilized egg is imbedded outside the uterus (see fertilization). Early on, it may resemble a normal pregnancy, with hormonal changes, amenorrhea, and development of a placenta. Later, most patients have pain as the growing embryo stretches the structure it is attached to. Rupture may cause life-threatening bleeding. A tubal pregnancy may result from obstruction of the egg's passage through the fallopian tube. In an ovarian pregnancy, the egg is fertilized before it leaves the ovary. Implantation elsewhere in the abdomen is an abdominal pregnancy
ectopic pregnancy
{i} pregnancy that takes place outside the uterus
ectopic pregnancy
pregnancy resulting from gestation elsewhere than in the uterus
eighth month of pregnancy
eighth month of the usual nine month pregnancy term, third and last trimester of pregnancy
entopic pregnancy
pregnancy resulting from normal gestation in the uterus
extra uterine pregnancy
{i} pregnancy where the fetus is outside of the uterus
extra-uterine pregnancy
implantation of a fertilized egg outside of the uterus (usually is not viable)
false pregnancy
A condition that is usually psychosomatic but may be caused by a tumor or endocrine dysfunction, in which physical symptoms of pregnancy are manifested without conception. It may occur in both males and females but is much more common in females. Also called pseudocyesis, pseudopregnancy
false pregnancy
physiological state in which a woman exhibits symptoms of pregnancy but is not pregnant
fifth month of pregnancy
fifth month of the usual nine month pregnancy term, second trimester of pregnancy
fourth month of pregnancy
fourth month of the usual nine month pregnancy term, second trimester of pregnancy
in an advanced stage of pregnancy
in the third trimester
mask of pregnancy
{i} melasma, chloasma, dark blotchy pigmentation on the cheeks and forehead (often occurring in pregnant women, women who use oral contraceptives or menopausal women)
ovarian pregnancy
ectopic pregnancy in the ovary
ovarian pregnancy
pregnancy in which the fertilized egg implants itself in the ovary instead of the uterus
something that cannot exist, something impossible
toxemia of pregnancy
toxemia of pregnancy
eclampsia (high blood pressure & seizures)
toxemia of pregnancy
an abnormal condition of pregnancy characterized by hypertension and edema and protein in the urine
tubal pregnancy
pregnancy in which the fertilized egg implants in the Fallopian tube instead of the uterus
tubal pregnancy
ectopic pregnancy in a Fallopian tube
unwanted pregnancy
pregnancy that is not wanted, unplanned pregnancy which comes at a bad time