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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 »
The ectopic pregnancy, also called tubal pregnancy is a rare type of pregnancy where the embryo makes its nest out of the uterus and is almost always placed in one of the fallopian tubes. In some cases, quite rare, can be located in the ovary, cervix and up into the abdominal cavity.
Only occur in 1 or 2% of pregnancies, but in recent years has been increasing. The diagnosis and early treatment are very important because if not discovered early, the fetus continues to develop in the tube and can break, making the situation more complicated for probable future pregnancies.
The symptoms are that brings pain jerky, like a cramp, which begins on one side and is spreading throughout the abdomen. Men also feel there is a slight pain and bleeding days prior to the pain. Research confirms that this type of pregnancy is more likely in women with pelvic inflammatory disease and endometriosis causing infertility. Read the rest of this entry »
We say that a pregnancy is ectopic when the fertilized egg develops outside the uterus. It is located mostly at the mouth of the fallopian tubes (tubal pregnancy), but can also penetrate an ovary (ovarian pregnancy) on the cervix (cervical pregnancy) or in the abdominal cavity (abdominal pregnancy). These cases affecting more than 14,000 women, including about 2% of births.
Many can be the origin of these ectopic pregnancies. Among these are smoking, history of sexually transmitted diseases, frequent repetition of the voluntary termination of pregnancy (abortion), the woman’s age, some contraceptives such as IUDs, previous tubal surgery, etc.. Read the rest of this entry »