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Rosalie
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emotional impact

Post by Rosalie » Fri Jun 08, 2018 7:37 pm

An ectopic pregnancy can cause permanent damage to the Fallopian tube or loss of the tube, and, if it involves very heavy internal bleeding that's not treated promptly, it can even lead to death. Many women understandably find themselves experiencing feelings of fear, sadness, anger, vulnerability, and panic. Many women, as mentioned, will find themselves reliving aspects of their ectopic pregnancy’s diagnosis and treatment in the form of intense memories or flashbacks. They may also experience nightmares or bad dreams and frightening thoughts, as well as physical reactions to situations that remind them of the traumatic event.

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Post by Willma » Sun Jun 10, 2018 12:32 pm

Most of the time, an ectopic pregnancy happens within the first few weeks of pregnancy. You might not even know you're pregnant and may not have signs of a problem. If your doctor thinks you have an ectopic pregnancy, she will probably perform some tests, including a pregnancy test and a pelvic exam. An ultrasound test may be performed to view the uterus’ and fallopian tubes’ condition. If she confirms you have an ectopic pregnancy, she will talk to you about the best treatment based on your medical condition and your future plans for pregnancy. There is a good chance you can have a normal pregnancy again, but it might be hard. You should consider talking to a fertility specialist early, especially if you had a fallopian tube removed. And talk to your doctor about how long to wait before trying again. Some doctors suggest at least 3 to 6 months. If you’ve already had an ectopic pregnancy, your chances of having another one go up.

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Post by Moonaa » Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:27 pm

Hi. How are you? Not at all aware of such thing. Though I would thank you for posting. Your post made my knowledge increased. Take care. Have a good day.

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Post by Meena Aly » Thu Jun 14, 2018 10:49 am

Hello? Thanks for sharing this post. Its very fruitful information for me.Its new thing for me. I think ectopic pregnancy is very panic. Consult your doctors. Ask about him about the complete procedure and duration. Best of luck.

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Post by jade » Fri Jun 15, 2018 7:58 am

Hello Rosalie. How are you doing? How is your life treating you days? Its good to see that you care about this community. This informative post has proven this. Keep posting detailed information about various topics. This will increase the awareness among the right people who need it. Best wishes.

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Post by lea » Tue Jun 19, 2018 8:00 am

Hey Rosalie. Ectopic pregnancy can be diagnosed with few weeks of pregnancy. There are many tests that can be performed. The tests include pregnancy test and pelvic exam. Ultrasound can be used to find the condition of uterus and Fallopian tubes. After this you can be sure if you are having ectopic pregnancy or not. Best of luck dear.

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Post by Clare Tollison » Tue Jun 19, 2018 8:03 am

Hello Rosalie. How are you doing? How is your life treating you these days? The physiological state is often diagnosed with few weeks of pregnancy. There are several tests that may be performed. The tests embody bioassay and girdle examination. Ultrasound are often wont to realize the condition of female internal reproductive organ and Fallopian tubes. When this you'll make certain if you're having an extrauterine pregnancy or not. Best of luck. Take care.

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Post by elle » Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:30 am

Hi Rosalie dear. Thanks for sharing this information with us. I didn’t know much about it. You informative text has helped me a lot. I would research on it a bit more. Can you post a detailed post again regarding this topic? I would be grateful to you for this. Take care.

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Post by emily1324 » Tue Jun 19, 2018 2:01 pm

Hi Rosalie sweetheart. I am happy that you are concerned about everyone. You are a true guider I must say. Thanks for such an informative text about ectopic pregnancy. I would like to add more to it. Do go through all the tests before you convince yourself that you are ectopically pregnant. It is very important to be sure of this. Best wishes.

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Post by keren » Tue Jun 19, 2018 5:57 pm

Going through ectopic pregnancy is like facing a trauma. Of course it is traumatic. You try to get pregnant. You fall pregnant. Everything goes fine. You find out that pregnancy has issues. Later knowing that pregnancy has to be terminated if not ends on its own. Families should support the one who is going through.

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