Fysiske og psykiske plager Kosthold og matlaging Medikamenter. 11 tpal is one of the methods to provide a quick overview of a female's obstetric history. 13 For example, gravidity and parity of a woman who has given birth at term once and has had one miscarriage at 12 weeks would be recorded as G2 T1 P0. British World English gravid gravid adjective 1technical Carrying eggs or young; pregnant. The retroverted gravid uterus, in the third trimester the most important factor is compression of the inferior vena cava and impairment of venous return by the gravid uterus when the woman lies supine. In biology and human medicine, gravidity and parity are the number of times a female is or has been pregnant (gravidity) and carried the pregnancies to a viable gestational age (parity). 13 When reported, the "abortions" number refers to the total number of spontaneous or induced abortions and miscarriages, except ectopic pregnancies, prior to 20 weeks. Terms such as "gravida 0 referring to a nulligravida, "gravida 1" for a primigravida, and so on, can also be used. The term "gravida" can be used to refer to a pregnant woman. A "nulligravida" is a woman who has never been pregnant. Related terms edit, see also edit, noun edit gravida f ( plural gravidae or gravida's, diminutive gravidaatje n) ( gynaecology ) A pregnant woman. Multiple births ( twins, triplets and higher multiples) count as one pregnancy (gravidity but each child born during that pregnancy is counted separately. 10 Recording systems edit A number of systems are incorporated into a woman's obstetric history to record the number of past pregnancies and pregnancies carried to viable age. Citation needed, contents, gravidity edit, in human medicine, "gravidity" refers to the number of times a woman has been pregnant, 1 regardless of whether the pregnancies were interrupted or resulted in a live birth.