It is now very short, even in primipara, but in those who have borne children it is scarcely to be distinguished at all.
A dry labor in a primipara with an undilated cervix is a grave condition.
It is also larger altogether, and softer, than in the primipara.
If the fetal head does not engage in a primipara, this fact at once suggests an absolutely or relatively narrow pelvis.
If the offspring of a primipara dies, it is sometimes buried in a place where jackals can get at it.
primipara pri·mip·a·ra (prī-mĭp'ər-ə)
n. pl. pri·mip·a·ras or pri·mip·a·rae (-ə-rē')
A woman who is pregnant for the first time.
A woman who has given birth for the first time to an infant or infants, alive or stillborn.