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When the embryo is gone, there is no extra burden on the uterus

When the embryo is gone, there is no extra burden on the uterus



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About one thousand pregnancies result in six to eight cases where the embryo settles not in the uterus but in the uterus, fallopian tubes, abdomen or ovaries. What is worth knowing about an uterine pregnancy?

It is very important that we recognize the dangers of this in a timely manner and consult a doctor, because the growth of the embryo severe bleeding, life-threatening condition. If you have unilateral, spastic pain in your lower abdomen two or three weeks after your menstrual period, you may need to see a doctor first and then weaker, sometimes with a mild cavernous bleeding!

The diagnosis is clarified by ultrasound examination


Nowadays, there are sensitive pregnancy tests that can detect slightly lower pregnancy hormone levels in extra-uterine pregnancies, and an ultrasound test can determine the embryo, which has been placed in the wrong place, is dying in the long term (this process can be assisted by certain medications), but otherwise it will require surgical intervention. THE every pregnancy is easy the risk of smoking is tripled. Infectious, inflammatory conditions of the pelvic organs, such as chlamydia infection, scarring, stinging in the fallopian tubes and mucous membranes, can prevent the fertilized ovum from becoming fertile. The risk of extra-uterine pregnancy is also increased in the case of assisted reproduction. You may also be interested in:
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