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Does A Baby Have A Heartbeat During A Tubal Pregnancy
What should I do?? Me and my husband wants a child. I had an tubal pregnancy which I only have my left tube ramining. Its been 2yrs no luck help
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Is possible to have tubal pregnancy and regular pregnancy at the same time. Would doc spot tubal pregnant during surgical abortion or before?
Yes: Though rare, this type of pregnancy, called a heterotopic pregnancy is possible. Typically the pregnancies will be of the same gestational age and the doctor would see a pregnancy in the tube as well as the uterus, assuming a trans-vaginal ultrasound was performed. If no ultrasound was performed and you are having bleeding and pain, then see a doctor right away. ...Read more
Been clamped for 5 years had sex on ovulation day how high of chance is a tubal pregnancy? Would baby or mother live? Or would have to abort?
Low chance: Tubal ligation is considered a "permanent" form of birth control;however, there is a very small chance of still becoming pregnant. After 5 years, about 13 out of every 1000 women with a tubal ligation get pregnant- not very many. If the ligation fails, you do have a much increased risk of an ectopic pregnancy in the fallopian tubes. Ectopics must be removed surgically to ensure maternal survival. ...Read more
Of whom?: The fetus or the mother? Kindly see your doctor if this is what you feel, ...Read more
Its hard: Hi Rosie, you cant know for sure until you do an US and blood tests, but some symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy are: mild to severe abdominal pain, nausea, vaginal bleeding. The scary thing is these are also normal symptoms of pregancy. In advanced ectopic, blood pressure drops, abdominal pain is severe. Risk factors are : previous ectopics, STD's, scarring, taking fertility meds... ...Read more
Pain, bleeding: A tubal pregnancy (ectopic pregnancy) can feel like belly pain and bleeding from your vagina (even brown stains or slight bleeding). Sometimes you don't have any symptoms until your tube ruptures. Then your belly pain can be sharp and severe, you may have bleeding, and you may feel dizzy. Please see your doc right away! This is an emergency. ...Read more
Possibly: Hopefully not, birth can cause pain and a mass, but the txment is different of course, if u have an ectopic and it is diagnosed early sometimes u can get im Methotrexate to kill the ectopic and u will not need surgery, other times u will need surgery, and with a cyst depends how big the cyst is sometimes u don't need surgery, sometimes u do. ...Read more
Tubal pregnancy: Lower abdominal pain, vaginal bleeding, history of pelvic inflammatory disease, elevated b-hcg. ...Read more
Must be seen: There are cases where tubal pregnancies resolve on their own without treatment but they are still dangerous. It is imperative that if your tubal pregnancy is not being treated with medication or surgery that your doctor is following your BHCG levels and monitoring your exam and sonograms. ...Read more
Depends: Initially symptoms of pregnancy. Then pain in the lower abdomen, low grade, then increasing in intensity and confused with stomach virus, menstrural cramp, appendicitis or bowel cramp. The pain may get severe and then disappear. If it disapears, that is the point of greatest danger. The tube ruptures, the pain relieved but bleeding begins. Bleeding is usually present. Hemorrhage is ocurring. ...Read more
Not viable pregnancy: Hello. An ectopic pregnancy occurs outside the uterus. Signs for an ectopic pregnancy can include pain or cramping in the lower abdomen, mild vaginal bleeding, pain with urination, pain with bowel movements or pain in the area of the ovary. These initial symptoms can present within the 5th to 8th week of the last normal menstrual period. With a later ectopic pregnancy, there can be heavy bleeding. ...Read more
Yes: Most commonly, ectopics are diagnosed by ultrasound findings or lab abnormalities. The complaints of bleeding/spotting with pain/cramping are usually what brings women in for evaluation. Unfortunately, these symptoms are common in normal pregnancy. We use HCG levels and ultrasound to figure out if things are progressing as they should. Rarely, thanks to early care, a woman will have severe pain. ...Read more
Tubal pregnancy: An ectopic pregnancy occurs outside the uterus. Signs for an ectopic pregnancy can include pain or cramping in the lower abdomen, mild vaginal bleeding, pain w urination, pain with bowel movements or pain in the area of the ovary. These initial symptoms can present within the 5th to 8th week of the last normal menstrual period. With a later ectopic pregnancy, there can be heavy bleeding & pain. ...Read more
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