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I'm having an u/s tomorrow to see if I am having an ectopic pregnancy, but my uterus feels hard when laying on my stomach. Is that possible?
Diagnosed w/ ectopic @ 5 wks, hgc @ 6000.No baby seen in or out of uterus.only small free fluid pocket seen on ultrasnd what could it be?
Was it an ectopic?: There is not enough info here to answer. If your doctor diagnosed you with an ectopic pregnancy then immediate treatment with surgery or a medication called Methotrexate was warranted. If the doctor is uncertain then typical a follow up BHCG is done as well as a repeat sonogram to determine if the pregnancy is too early to be seen, a miscarriage or an ectopic. Follow up in your case is warranted ...Read more
Diagnosed w/ectopic preg @ 6 weeks With no definite signs just no baby. But Doc saw small fluid pocket in uterus what could that be?
More detailed: If you were definitively diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy then immediate treatment with Methotrexate or surgery was indicated. If the doctor was uncertain due to the intrauterine fluid pocket then close follow up with BHCG levels and repeat sonograms should be done until a definitive diagnosis can be made. ...Read more
I have had two partial saplinectomy one on my left tube and one one my right tube. On both tubes the ectopic was almost by the uterus. Can I get pregn?
1st bhcg 67 (18 july), 2days later 57, bro spotting for 9days, yesterday control bhcg was 550, nothing in uterus/tubes on u/s , I have no pain, ectopic?
Chances of having an ectopic pregnancy if i've had one natural miscarriage at 6 weeks? No live births. Miscarriage was confirmed in uterus via u/s.
Low: If no tubal disease or compromise, one is < 2-5% likely to have ectopic. ...Read more
Probably not: Ectopic pregnancies occur when the sperm and egg meet and fertilize and then the fertilized ovum does not make it to the uterus. This is usually a tubal issue (scarring, obstruction, etc). The fertilized egg continue to grow and the tube cannot handle the size and growth and ruptures. Tilting of the uterus in my opinion would not be a recognized cause for this condition. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Too fragile: Once an ectopic pregnancy has started to grow, the tissue is not accessible to be mobilized and replaced or implanted in the uterus. The tissue is too fragile number one, and the knowledge of how to make such an existing pregnancy actually reimplant itself is lacking at this time. Ectopic pregnancies can occur anywhere but usually are in the tube as described in the picture above. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Rare: It is possible but extremely rare.Get a more detailed answer ›
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