extra uterine pregnancy cause
How to avoid an ectopic pregnancy?
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What is an ectopic pregnancy?
From fertilization to childbirth, pregnancy goes through several stages in a woman’s body. One of these steps is the implementation in the uterus of the fertilized egg. An ectopic pregnancy occurs when the fertilized egg implants outside the uterus. Where does it attach then? it can attach to the fallopian tube, abdominal cavity, or cervix.
If it happens, the pregnancy test will be positive, but the pregnancy is not viable. Indeed, a fertilized egg can never develop properly elsewhere than in the womb. The vast majority (95%) of ectopic pregnancies occur in the fallopian tube. However, they can occur in other places, such as the ovaries, cervix, and abdominal cavity.
Untreated ectopic pregnancy can be a medical emergency. Prompt treatment reduces your risk of complications from ectopic pregnancy, increases your chances of future healthy pregnancies, and reduces future health complications.
What causes an ectopic pregnancy?
Ectopic pregnancies or ectopic pregnancy are caused by one or more of the following problems:
-An infection or inflammation of the fallopian tube can cause a partial or total blockage of the tubes. It is one of the most common causes of ectopic pregnancy.
-The scar tissue from a previous infection or surgery on the fallopian tubes can also impede the movement of the egg.
-Anterior surgery in the pelvic region or on the fallopian tubes can cause adhesions.
- Abnormal growth or a congenital anomaly can lead to an anomaly in the shape of the tube.
Who are the people at risk of having an ectopic pregnancy?
The risk factors for ectopic pregnancy are:
- Maternal age 35 to 44
-A previous case of ectopic pregnancy
-Anterior pelvic or abdominal surgery
-Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
-Several induced abortions
-Pregnancy after tubal ligation
-Pregnancy assisted by drugs or fertility procedures
What are the symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy?
Nausea and breast pain are common symptoms of ectopic pregnancies. However, the following symptoms are more common in an ectopic pregnancy and may indicate a medical emergency:
- strong waves of pain in the abdomen, pelvis, shoulder or neck
- intense pain that occurs on one side of the abdomen
- light to heavy vaginal bleeding
- dizziness or fainting
- rectal pressure
You should contact your doctor or seek immediate treatment if you are aware of your pregnancy and are encountering those symptoms.
How is an ectopic pregnancy diagnosed?
The diagnosis of an ectopic pregnancy includes a pelvic exam to find the pain, a tenderness, or a lump in the abdomen. The most useful laboratory test is the measurement of the HCG hormone(Human Chorionic Gonadotropin). During a normal pregnancy, the level of HCG doubles approximately every two days during the first 10 weeks, while in an ectopic pregnancy, the increase in HCG is generally slower and less than normal. Ultrasound can also help determine if a pregnancy is ectopic, just like culdocentesis, inserting a needle through the vagina into the space behind the uterus to check for blood from a rupture of the fallopian tube.