ECTOPIC PREGNANCY AND CHANCES OF BABY SURVIVAL

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  • #1777

    Ectopic Pregnancy is one that occurs outside the womb, usually in one of the fallopian tubes. It has 0% chances of fetus survival and the mom could suffer life-threatening internal bleeding. Ectopic pregnancies, which may account for as many as one in 40 pregnancies, are terminated at the earliest sign, that’s bcoz, the pregnancy can’t proceed normally. The fertilized egg can’t survive, and the growing tissue may cause life-threatening bleeding, if left untreated.

    Signs to look out for includes:.. Pelvic pain. Light vaginal bleeding may also occur.
    These symptoms increases as the fertilized egg grows in the improper place. So it’s advisable to seek for early intervention by reporting to your doctor.

  • #1778
    • Thanks for sharing this with us
  • #1780

    Thanks for the information ,this is also reason why is advicable to register for antenatal earlier so that any abnormalities or cases like this can be dictated .

     

     

  • #1786

    Ectopic pregnancy is rare in Nigeria and the fetus doesn’t live

  • #1787

    Wao! This is really Nice. Just hearing this for the first time. Thank you so much for sharing this. Aww! Ignorance is a Biiigg disease, thanks to AM for this forum.

  • #1857

    Thanks for the info.

  • #1866

    True talk, thanks for sharing.

  • #1904

    Noted

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