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Symptoms Of Ectopic Pregnancy 5 Weeks
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
Pain, bleeding: An ectopic (tubal) pregnancy is a pregnancy that implants outside its normal location in the uterus. There are certain symptoms that could signal an ectopic pregnancy, such as abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding. If you think you might have an ectopic pregnancy, seek medical attention immediately. ...Read more
Many possible: Er does evaluate for ectopic, but if you have a obg seeing him/her is a much better plan. Pelvic/abdominal pain and vaginal bleeding are most common symptoms. These are rarely present with an early ectopic though, so if there's reason for concern about ectopic consult your doctor, do not rely on symptoms. ...Read more
Vague, serious.: Ectopic pregnancy is one of the exceptions in medicine in that history and physical examination cannot help in its diagnosis significantly. This potentially life-threatening early pregnancy complication can only be diagnosed with serial beta HCG and transvaginal ultrasound examinations. ...Read more
Symptoms of ectopic: Ectopic pregnancy when it is unruptured is asymptomatic. In the presence of a rupture with bleeding into the pelvis, it can cuase pain of increasing severity, vaginal bleeding or spotting. If the bleeding is really heavy syncopy, faintness with hypovolemic shock can occur. Ectopic pregnancy remains a leading cause of maternal death in the us and is treated as an emergency. ...Read more
Get tested: If you were to have an ectopic pregnancy then your pregnancy test should be positive. A carefully performed home pregnancy test should be OK. If it is positive and you are concerned, especially if you are having pelvic pain, then you should seek medical help right away. If your pregnancy test were negative then is is very unlikely that you have an ectopic pregnancy. ...Read more
Ultrasound: Iud may shift in the uterus causing pain. An ultrasound will locate the iud and together with a blood pregnancy test make the diagnosis. ...Read more
If pregnant yes: If you are pregnant, yes. Call your doctor immediatly, or go to emergency room. ...Read more
Is there any treatment needed for ectopic pregnancy? What are the symptoms of ectopic pregnancy? How long will it take to rupture?
An ectopic pregnancy is suspected in the following setting:
1. A patient is pregnant
2. Hcg levels are rising abnormally
3. Pain is present on one side of the other
4. There is findings on ultrasound of a mass or cystic area near one of the ovaries
it would be very early to have symptoms this early after ivf and this is more likely related to an ovarian cyst - call your ob/gyn! ...Read more
Starting to get a little worried now, are postivie hpt and left side pain symptoms of ectopic pregnancy?
After a five day cycle why would I still be spotting. I had an ectopic pregnancy in may 2013 could I be pregnant?
Ectopic: Pregnancy means outside the uterus; most are tubal can be elsewhere too. Ectopics do not result in live births and are life threatening (i.e. Extremely dangerous.) symptoms include vaginal bleeding and pelvic pain but are unreliable for diagnosis. If your pregnancy test is + your doctor can help you sort it out, if your pregnancy test is negative you don't have an ectopic. ...Read more
In the setting of an ectopic pregnancy, patients will present with:
1. A missed period
2. Daily spotting
3. Pain on the right or left
4. A history of prior std or ectopic
these symptoms might be as early as 2 weeks after conception. Many women present with no risk factors, so this should always be suspected in the setting of any of the symptoms above. ...Read more
Pain and bleeding: An ectopic pregnancy may start out feeling just like a normal pregnancy. However, once the embryo grows large enough to put pressure on the fallopian tube, you may start to have crampy abdominal or pelvic pain and vaginal bleeding (often after having missed a period). If this is you then you need to get to the er right away as this can become very serious very quickly if not treated properly. ...Read more
What are the symptoms and how far along do you have to be to know if you have an ectopic pregnancy?
Seek support: Look into getting some psychological help along with medical attention. An ectopic pregnancy can be devastating whether or not you are wanting to be pregnant. The good news is that there is effective treatment out there for anxiety. You need to take the time to get yourself individual help. Seek support. Best wishes. ...Read more
Yes: The majority of ectopic pregnancies present with persistent vaginal bleeding and spotting. However. About one in three women with a normal pregnancy will also have spotting. The safe thing to do is to see your doctor. ...Read more
Both can cause pain: In the right lower quadrant, and nausea if u think u have either u need immediate evaluation, so u need to see your doc or go to the er. ...Read more
Probably not: But ultrasound may solve this question. Check with your ob/gyn doc. And why would you ask this question? Are you suspicious? ...Read more