Archive for November 16th, 2011
An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy complication in which the fertilized egg develops in the tissues other than the uterine wall. Frequently, this is usually implanted in the fallopian tube, but can do so in the ovary, cervical canal, into the pelvic cavity or abdomen.
In recent years, the early diagnosis of this type of gynecological pathology allows the resolution of it with the least possible harm to women. However, it is necessary to warn of the risks to women if not treated on time, and the consequences it can have on fertility.
Any woman can suffer an ectopic pregnancy, but some circumstances increase the risk of:
That woman has become a surgical sterilization, but despite that becomes pregnant.
Have been operated in the fallopian tubes in order to correct a problem or achieve reverse a tubal ligation. Read the rest of this entry »