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Pregnancy Plus Review

by jeni edwin (07-05-2019)


In a typical pregnancy that develops normally, a fertilised egg moves through the fallopian tube toward the uterus, where it implants and starts to grow. But in an ectopic pregnancy, the fertilised egg implants outside of the uterus, usually attaching itself to the fallopian tube (but occasionally to the ovary, cervix, or other places in the abdomen). These cannot hold a growing embryo, so the pregnancy cannot progress. The chance of an ectopic pregnancy occurring is relatively low, making up just 2 percent of pregnancies. An ectopic pregnancy must be treated, and your doctor will discuss and recommend the best options for you. Following are some of the causes, risks, symptoms, and treatments for this condition.

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