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pregnancy in Birth topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpregnancypreg‧nan‧cy /ˈpreɡnənsi/ ●●○ noun (plural pregnancies) [countable, uncountable] 🔊 🔊 MBBABY/HAVE A BABYwhen a woman is pregnant (=has a baby growing inside her body) 🔊 This drug should not be taken during pregnancy. 🔊 her third pregnancy 🔊 teenage pregnancies 🔊 a pregnancy test
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pregnancyNot all burdens on the right to decide whether to terminate a pregnancy will be undue.She's had a difficult pregnancy.It's harmful to drink alcohol during pregnancy.Many women find their skin is at its best during pregnancy.Of the rest, one left voluntarily because he was bored with his job, and one because of her pregnancy.More weeks passed, and then the end of her pregnancy began to approach.After the second month of pregnancy, estriol levels steadily increase as the placenta takes over estrogen production. 344.Brown and Harris highlight the girl's success in coping with her premarital pregnancy, Quinton and Rutter her planning ability.In many cities, they sank into a vicious cycle of drugs, crime, teenage pregnancy, and welfare dependency.Their pregnancies are likely to be troublesome and repetitive.This will be her third pregnancy.An audit of unplanned pregnancies seen in one practice also emphasised the need for great care in counselling people using the pill.pregnancy testHe may arrange for you to have a pregnancy test.To get a free pregnancy test with Immediate results go to a family planning clinic or a Brook Centre.This is in line with medical advice for all home pregnancy tests.Insemination was defined as successful if the woman did not menstruate when expected and subsequently had a positive pregnancy test result.In some maquilas, quarterly pregnancy tests are routine.Female journalists went to the clinic and took urine samples from men for their pregnancy tests.You just go to the hospital for your pregnancy test and arrange a date for the abortion at the same time.