Did you know that symptoms of ectopic pregnancy typically include lower back, abdominal, or pelvic pain. The pain usually gets worse before it gets better and more often than not vaginal bleeding will occur.
If you are nervous about ectopic pregnancy and would like to know about the topic,then here’s what you need to know.
The first thing is to understand the differences between a normal pregnancy and an Ectopic pregnancy. Understanding these differences will not only educate us on the topic, but it will help put that nervous mind to
During a normal pregnancy the fertilized egg enters the uterus. The uterine lining gives the fertilized egg plenty of room to
divide and grow (and make your belly big).
During a typical ectopic pregnancy, the egg does not actually reach the uterus, but gets hung up in the Fallopian tubes. As the egg starts to grow this causes the tubes to stretch and get irritated. Typically you will feel extreme
pain (you know your body and you will know the difference between this pain and expected pain).
Ectopic pregnancy should not go untreated. If it’s left untreated you’re at risk
of rupturing the Fallopian tube which would cause internal bleeding.
if you notice any of these signs, kindly see your healthcare professional
- Severe pains in your lower abdomen and pelvic region.
- Vaginal Bleeding
- Extremely lightheaded or faint