Saturday, 27 August 2016

Incredible Video of an Ectopic Pregnancy

Did you know that the majority of women who died from ruptured tubal pregnancy were "known to have sought medical help before death" and often presented with symptoms that suggested a urinary or gastrointestinal disease?

Any woman with one-sided pain and a positive pregnancy test should be treated as having an ectopic pregnancy until proven otherwise. An early scan to confirm that the baby is in the womb can have a dramatic effect.

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Lucinda Allen, 38, from Stourbridge in the West Midlands was 6 months pregnant when she had intercourse with her husband Tony. After climaxing twice, she experienced a sharp pain just above her right eye.

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