John Alexis V. Tapalla 12-B
Ectopic pregnancy is also often referred to as "tubol pregnancy", and is thought to affect 2% of all pregnancies. An ectopic pregnancy means that the pregnancy has implanted and started to grow in a location other than the uterus. Most often this will occur in the fallopian tubes, but an ectopic pregnancy can also begin to grow into the ovaries, the cervix, or even the intestine - although this is very rare.
The Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta has reported significant increases in the number of ectopic pregnancies in the United States over the last 20 years. Currently there are approximately 100,000 ectopic pregnancies per year in ...view middle of the document...
Frequently, the treatment of this condition requires surgery. But this can often be a conservative surgery that will spare the fallopian tube. After either of these treatments, once the fallopian tube heals it remains open and functional up to 80% of the time. In addition, about 60-80% of these women will go on to have a normal pregnancy.
In summary, although the rates of ectopic pregnancy have been increasing, effective treatments exist. If you have missed a period and experience pain with bleeding, it is important to report this to your doctor. Although these symptoms do not always mean that an ectopic pregnancy is present, if one is detected early enough it can sometimes be treated with methotrexate in order to avoid surgery.
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Acute pain related to distention or rupture of fallopian tube.
Ectopic pregnancy is gestation located outside the uterine cavity. The fertilized ovum implants outside of the uterus, usually in the fallopian tube. Predisposing factors include adhesions of the tube ,salpingitis, congenital and developmental anomalies of the fallopian tube, previous ectopic pregnancy.use of an...