Examples of trimester in a Sentence
development in the first trimester
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Fewer women in Alaska in 2015 got any first trimester care as compared with a decade earlier, according to the most recent state figures.
USC researchers found that the Asian Zika virus also is more harmful during a woman’s first and second trimester.
After a scramble for knowledge and testing, Nili learned in the first trimester that her pregnancy was unaffected by the virus.
The trimester class will focus on character education development, Taylor said.
Most miscarriages happen in the first trimester, and as ACOG notes, around 50 percent are caused by chromosomal abnormalities.
The airline has defended the practice as a safety precaution (a stretch: expectant mothers are typically advised to avoid flying in their final trimester), but—not surprisingly—government and union officials have slammed it as sexist.
The conversation centered on the abortion pill – medication that when taken early in the first trimester can safely end a pregnancy more than 95 percent of the time.
Healthcare and health outcomes More than three-quarters (77.2%) of women who gave birth in 2016 began receiving prenatal care during their first trimester.
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Did You Know?
Semester, which comes from the Latin words for "six" and "month", has come to mean half an academic year when the year is divided into two segments. When an academic year is divided into three segments, each is called a trimester (which is usually a bit more accurate, since each segment often is close to three months in length). Some colleges operate on the "quarter" system, with the summer being the fourth quarter, but this just means that each quarter is basically a trimester. In a human pregnancy, a trimester is three months long, representing one-third of the nine months that a typical pregnancy lasts.
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