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What Is It Called When A Baby Is Growing Inside The Fallopian Tubes
Aka oviduct, uterine tube, or salpinx. It is basically a small tube connecting between the ovary and the uterus. This tube carries the eggs from the ovary area to the unterus. This is the tube that is cut/tied-up/or burned in women having the tuboligation procedure for permanent birth control purpose. Have ...Read more
Hydrosalpinx: Or maybe something else please se your gyn. ...Read more
Testis: Cryptorchidism, or an undescended testis is the condition where the testicle does not fully migrate into the scrotum. Occasionally the testis does not form at all, but more often it incompletely descends and is trapped between the abdominal and scrotal regions. Surgery can usually identify and correct this condition if the cord structures have adequate development and length. ...Read more
Uterine ectopic pregnancy is where it is in the uterus but not the uterine cavity. Why isn't it viable? Just a little more surgery at birth is needed.
Very serious: Uterine ectopic pregnancies are very serious ; potentially dangerous. They can occur in the area where the fallopian tube originates and can rupture thru the uterus causing so much damage that a hysterectomy is necessary. Can try methotrexate. Be very careful. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Left tube blocked by hydrosalphinx what causes it to be blocked? And does the fluid inside it harm the baby if i am pregnant
What is a placenta, meaning where does it grow from? Does it grow from the mother, the baby, or both?
Depends: It depends on how far you are along. It can be anything from a heavy period to a fetus. ...Read more
Embryo: A developing embryo.Get a more detailed answer ›
Doesn't matter.: Elective delivery should be discouraged prior to 39 weeks gestation regardless of lung maturity tests. Babies born electively (with no other medical indication) prior to 39 weeks have higher risks of respiratory distress and nicu admission even when the amnio test demonstrates "lung maturity." if there is a medical reason for delivery, the amnio is unnecessary. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Fundal height : Fundal height is measured from the pubic bone to the top of the uterus. After the first 16 weeks of pregnancy, your fundal height in cm often matches the number of weeks you have been pregnant. This is just a gauge and your doctor will determine if all is well with your baby ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No.: Not at all. In fact, it's almost guaranteed, given the length of the cord and how little space there is, that the cord is all around the baby. If the cord is in someways compromised, i.e., if it is pinched in there somewhere, it would result in decreased baby movements. You can take an active baby as a good sign. ...Read more
Pelvic and vagina m.: The vaginal and pelvic floor muscles.Get a more detailed answer ›
MRKH...: There are several syndromes. Two of the most common are the Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome (MRKH) and Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome (AIS). MRKH, also called Müllerian Agenesis, is caused by incomplete development of the Müllerian ducts in utero. Cause uncertain. AIS individuals are genetically male but their cells don't respond to testosterone so appear fully female. Best wishes! ...Read more
Is it normal to feel like the inside of your cervix is being pulled outwards during menstruation?
This is probably: Normal, but check with your doctor, to be sure. ...Read more
When a complete hysterectomy is done what happens to the new void that is now in the belly where the uterus was?
As the uterus expands during pregnancy with baby inside, what happens to the Fallopian tubes? Do they get crushed by the growing uterus or baby?
What happens to an egg if the tube is blocked and there is a sperm traveling up the tube? Yhe result will be an ectopic pregnancy correct?
Placenta accreta: Placenta accreta, percreta and increta are increasingly severe conditions where the placenta actually grows into the myometrium, or wall, of the uterus, making detachment at birth difficult if not impossible. Moms with this condition more often than not will require hysterectomies at the time of birth to avoid hemorrhage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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