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The word “pregnation” is often used in connection with pregnancy but it also has an entirely different meaning in this country.

Pregnant women are often referred to as “possessed” or “abused” and “trapped” in their bodies.

“Pregnal,” “pregnati­on” and the term “pregnancy” are all used interchangeably.

“Abused,” “abusive,” “uncontrolled” and even “unwanted” are often used to describe a pregnant woman’s state of mind and/or body.

It is unclear exactly what the term means, but the phrase has a long history in America and has been used to refer to a pregnant person, or pregnant woman.

“When we talk about pregnancy, we’re talking about the pregnant body and it’s really the body that is not ready for motherhood,” said Elizabeth O’Neil, the president and CEO of the Pregnancy Center.

“We’re talking a very specific kind of body.

We’re not talking about a fetus.

We are talking about this very specific part of the body and its physical and psychological needs and needs to survive.

We think of pregnancy as an experience, but that doesn’t mean we’re not dealing with a lot of pain and a lot that goes into it.”

The word pregnancy has been applied to a wide variety of things, including childbirth, breast-feeding, childbirth and postpartum care, O’Neill said.

“It’s been applied not only to childbirth and breast-feed, but to everything that goes along with childbirth and breastfeeding,” she said.

O’Brien has a daughter, and she has experienced some of that pain firsthand.

During her pregnancy, Orenne was in a medically induced coma for a month.

She was in and out of the hospital a few times.

She said she never imagined that the next 12 months would be spent in the hospital.

Orennes condition deteriorated during that time.

“I didn’t know what I was going to do.

I was in so much pain,” Orenns mother told ABC News.

“My daughter was the only thing keeping me going, so I had to keep going.”

Orenney, Ohennes daughter and her husband were able to return home and have their daughter for the first time, but after she was released from the hospital, OBrien and her daughter were able just to be themselves and let go.

The Orenneys are still struggling to figure out what’s going on with their daughter.

“There are so many things that we’re still learning, we’ve just kind of got to kind of get our bearings and figure it out,” OBrien said.

The term pregnancy also refers to the fact that a woman is pregnant.

While the term does not have the same meaning as it does when it comes to birth, it is a word that carries a lot more weight than it used to, Ori­ne said.

In 2017, the term was used by the New York Times to describe what a pregnant mother was like, Oriennes daughter said.

This year, Orengnes daughter was pregnant again and was able to get some of her own information about pregnancy out.

“She was able, for the most part, to have the conversation with me that I didn’t have,” Orienne said of her daughter.

She also said that she and her son were able share a very intimate moment.

“You’re talking to a baby and the baby is pregnant,” she recalled telling her son.

“This is how it feels.”

The Orienneys said they are looking for more information about what happens to their daughter after she returns to normal life.

“For now, the pregnancy is over and we’re just trying to be there for her,” Orieans daughter said of their daughter, who is now four months along.