Pregnancy in the Fallopian

Pregnancy in the fallopian tubes: get to know the causes of this problem

The ectopic pregnancy, better known as pregnancy in the fallopian tubes, is a serious problem that affects one in every 100 pregnancies. It occurs when there is a pregnancy outside the uterus and the most common reason this pregnancy is a lesion on the horns, which causes an obstruction or narrowing and prevents the passage of the egg to the uterus. Problems such as pelvic infections may damage the tube and cause knots or adhesions.

According to gynecologist and obstetrician at the Hospital São Luiz, Fabiane Sabbag, the incidence of ectopic pregnancy has increased over the past 20 years, and this was due to the increase of gynecological infections, gynecological surgeries in advance, pregnancy after in vitro fertilization, IUD use, use of the morning-after pill or progesterone pills.

Normally this type of pregnancy evolves and can occur a kind called tubal abortion abortion, or can occur the disruption of the Horn and the person begins to feel severe abdominal pain.

The symptoms happen between the 5th and the 10th week of pregnancy, and it is common that there’s pain on only one side of the abdomen, abnormal bleeding, absence of menstruation, pain in the shoulder, pain when urinating or defecating, malaise, dizziness, nausea and diarrhea.

To detect these symptoms and the woman suspect ectopic gestation with pregnant sportswear, medical follow-up is required. “The diagnosis is made through the BHCG test on the blood and ultrasound. Today it is possible to make the early diagnosis, which prevents possible rupture of ectopic pregnancy, preventing the patient evolves for a severe abdominal pain and bleeding requiring surgery with urgency, “says Fabiane.

If the pregnancy is already at an advanced stage and the tube has already been broken, an abdominal surgery is required so that the pregnancy is interrupted. Otherwise, is an accomplished clinical treatment or medicines.

After an ectopic pregnancy, the patient should do tests to find out the conditions of the tubas and the possible causes of this ectopic and take care to try to prevent ectopic pregnancy again.

“The patient who had an ectopic pregnancy will continue to ovulate and can get pregnant normally depending on the conditions that were their tubas. Pregnancy in the fallopian tubes can happen again, however, everything will depend on the history of this patient and the treatment that was performed, “he concludes.

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