Hello dear. Thanks for sharing a story. I hope it will help others. Many women are looking for these cases. I really appreciate your efforts. Ask her don't take the stress. It's not good for her. Take care. Stay blessed.
Hey there Daisy. I do not have any experience of ectopic. Please ask her to go to her clinic ASAP. I hope there was nothing diagnosed as such earlier. However, she must get her ultrasound done. That will reveal the exact problem. In the meantime, she should be resting. Hope all ends well for her.
There are many symtoms.Sharp waves of pain in the abdomen, pelvis, shoulder, or neck. severe pain that occurs on one side of the abdomen. light to heavy vaginal spotting or bleeding. dizziness or fainting. rectal pressure.
Hello dear. How is your friend now? Hopefully, she has consulted her gynecologist. Did her pregnancy survive? I was so worried about her. Usually, the ectopic is diagnosed at the first ultrasound. Did she does not go for early visits? Please keep us informed. Best wishes.
Hey. How is she now? Spotting is a not a good sign. Has she consulted her doctor? What are his views? Ectopic pregnancy is very painful. I pray she gets better soon. My prayers are with her. Lots of love.
Hello! I hope you are having a good day. I am sorry to know about her. I think she should consult a doctor about this. Ectopic pregnancy is very dangerous. She should take it seriously. Tell her not to be worried. She should stay positive and strong. Everything will be fine. Good luck to her. Take care of your her.
Hi there Daisy. I have no individual experience to share here. No doubt I have any all things considered medicinal aptitude? Be that as it may, this is really evident that there is an issue. Advise her to converse with in excess of one specialist. Take care. Best of luck. Stay blessed.
Hi! Daisy_john, I am sorry about your friend. how is her condition now? hope she is doing well. Why is she so nervous. I can understand her condition. stay with her. keep connected. God bless her. Take care
Hi Daisy. I think your friend needs an ultrasound. That would locate the site of an ectopic. The rest depends on her doctor. The doctor has to decide what needs to be done. Ectopics seldom survive. So she should expect the removal surgery. Keep us posted with her progress.
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