Ectopic Pregnancy

The Rarest Causes of An Ectopic Pregnancy

An ectopic pregnancy is when a fertilized egg implants outside of the uterus. An ectopic pregnancy can be caused by injury to your fallopian tubes, as well as previous infections.

Common things that make you more probable to get an ectopic pregnancy and/or fallopian tube damage are smoking, multiple partners, obesity, old age, and STDs (sexually transmitted diseases). Other things that will increase your risk of an ectopic pregnancy are if you have a previous tubal ligation or ovulation.

When it becomes evident that you have an ectopic pregnancy, your doctor will probably induce your labor. Normally, this is done after the first trimester. But if your HCG has been consistently low during your regular visits, your doctor may opt to induce your labor earlier.

There are several methods of dealing with this condition

The medical treatments available to women who have had their fallopian tubes removed are usually only temporary. Your body will eventually develop new holes for the eggs to pool in, so you may still end up with scars.

The chemical desensitization of the fallopian tubes can cause scar tissue buildup, but the chemical treatment usually will not require surgery to repair the fallopian tube structure.

The ectopic pregnancy symptoms will include an Increased urge to urinate frequently, urinating unusual bleeding abnormally, vaginal discharge, Implantation of fluid outside of the uterus bleeding or miscarriage, Natural fertility problems can also arise from an ectopic pregnancy.

You may experience: Increased abdominal pain, fatigue infertility problems, and difficulty conceiving. Sometimes a miscarriage may occur. Rare complications such as premature delivery and infection can occur.

The surgical method used to save an ectopic pregnancy includes cutting or stitching the fallopian tube damaged region closed. This method is referred to as tuboplasty. But cutting the fallopian tubes can lead to more serious complications such as re-infertility and infection.

Surgical interventions can also cause side effects that can increase your chances of needing more surgeries. Women with a history of the previous tuboplasty have a higher risk of having an ectopic pregnancy.

Another surgical procedure often used to treat ectopic pregnancy is called laparoscopy

It is done using general anesthesia and is designed for very specific reasons. To perform laparoscopy, a long thin tube with a small camera attached is used to access the fallopian tube.

The camera is hooked up to a computer that monitors your progress. There are risks associated with this procedure and the risks increase with age and obesity.

Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is another common cause of ectopic pregnancy

PID is caused when bacteria travel through your fallopian tube, into your uterus, and into your fallopian ovaries. If this occurs, you can have ectopic pregnancies.

The most common symptom is a pain in your abdomen, which can extend to your upper thighs. Other symptoms may include fever, nausea and vomiting, and severe abdominal swelling.

The risk of ectopic pregnancy increases greatly when an egg gets stuck in your fallopian tube

Even if the egg has moved down to your cervix, it may be stuck again. If the egg reaches the end of the tube and is fertilized by a viable egg, then you can develop an ectopic pregnancy.

Your body will struggle to get rid of the fertilized egg so it will stay in place. Your doctor may need to perform an operation to remove the fertilized egg.

Your doctor may choose to perform an abdominoplasty or internal hemorrhage to help reduce the risk of developing an ectopic pregnancy. You may also want to consider other treatment options.

Some patients choose to undergo laparoscopy, which is a procedure where a small camera is used to see inside your body. This surgical treatment option can help reduce the risks of infection and blood loss.

Many women experience one or more ectopic pregnancies in their lifetime. In rare cases, one ectopic pregnancy in your life may be responsible for the death of the expectant mother.

Your doctor may recommend that you avoid getting pregnant if you have experienced an ectopic pregnancy before. The risk of having a baby with an ectopic pregnancy is very rare but it can occur.

Ectopic pregnancies require immediate medical attention. Most doctors will perform an ultrasound during normal pregnancy and when you experience the first symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy, you should immediately inform your doctor.

Your doctor may perform an internal hemorrhage to remove the fluid from the fallopian tube. This can prevent the fluid from becoming trapped, which causes heavy bleeding. In extremely rare cases, surgery may be required in an attempt to save the life of the expectant mother.

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