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Ectopic Pregnancy Causes and Risk Factors You may never know why you have an ectopic pregnancy. One cause could be a damaged fallopian tube. It could keep the fertilized egg from getting. Ectopic Pregnancy Symptoms, Causes, and Risk Factors Experts explain ectopic pregnancy, also known as tubal pregnancy, so you can recognize the signs of a dangerous “out of. Ectopic pregnancy is often associated with risk factors that lead to tubal epithelial damage.

Damage to the fallopian tube impairs its ability to transport gametes (the sperm or the egg) or embryos, and predisposes the woman to faulty implantation of the fertilized ovum [Seeber and Barnhart, 2008; BMJ, 2017].About a third of women diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy have no identifiable risk. INTRODUCTION. Ectopic pregnancy (EP) is a condition presenting as a major health problem for women of childbearing age.[] The incidence of EP varies with the population, but it has been accounted for 1-2% of all reported pregnancies.[2,3,4,5] Numerous studies have attempted to explain the risk factors for EP.[3,6,7,8,9] Accordingly, it is speculated that the main risk factors. 7 Causes And Risk Factors Of Ectopic Pregnancy 1. Endometriosis.

In this condition, the tissue lining the inside of the uterus grows on the outside of the uterus and 2. Fallopian Tube Defects. Birth defects in the mother’s fallopian tubes. All sexually active women are at some risk for an ectopic pregnancy. Risk factors increase with any of the following: maternal age of 35 years or older history of pelvic surgery, abdominal surgery.

An ectopic pregnancy occurs when the fertilized egg attaches itself in a place other than inside the uterus. Most cases occur in the fallopian tube and are thus sometimes called tubal pregnancies. About one half of all women who have an ectopic pregnancy do not have known risk factors. Sexually active women should be alert to changes in their bodies, especially if they experience symptoms of an. Here are the risk factors we know can make an ectopic pregnancy more likely: • Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and certain STIs.

PID is a bacterial infection in the uterus, ovaries, or. In the present study, the most important risk factor was hormonal contraception, which increased ectopic pregnancy by nine times with adjusted odds ratio in variables (age, reproductive technolog.

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Incidence and risk factors for ectopic pregnancy.

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Damage to the fallopian tube is the most frequent cause of ectopic pregnancy.

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The risk of ectopic pregnancy is also increased with peritubal scarring and adhesions, which may be caused by appendicitis, endometriosis, and previous surgery.

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The danger of having an ectopic pregnancy is that it may rupture the fallopian tube or other organ where it is implanted, causing severe pain, blood loss, tissue damage and occasionally death.

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Major risk factors for ectopic pregnancy include previous ectopic pregnancy, PID, endometriosis, previous tubal surgery, previous pelvic surgery, infertility and infertility treatments, uterotubal anomalies, history of in utero exposure to diethylstilbestrol (DES), and cigarette smoking.

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c. having one ectopic pregnancy increases her risk for another.

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Risk factors for ectopic pregnancy should be elicited for any woman when pregnancy is suspected, although identifiable factors may be absent in many women with ectopic pregnancies.

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Ectopic pregnancy can be caused by blockage of the fallopian tube(s) or reduction of tubal peristalsis that impedes or delays the fertilised ovum from passing to the uterus.

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Risk factors for ectopic pregnancy should increase clinical suspicion but are often absent.

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Risk Factors for Ectopic Pregnancy A previous ectopic pregnancy, evidence of tubal pathology, previous tubal surgery and exposure to diethylstilboestrol are strongly associated with ectopic pregnancy.

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Oktay Kutluk

Kutluk Oktay, MD, FACOG is one of the world's foremost experts in fertility preservation as well as ovarian stimulation and in vitro fertilization for infertility treatments. He developed and performed the world's first ovarian transplantation procedures as well as pioneered new ovarian stimulation protocols for embryo and oocyte freezing for breast and endometrial cancer patients.

Mail: [email protected]
Telephone: +1 (877) 492-3666

Biography: https://medicine.yale.edu/profile/kutluk_oktay/
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  • I had ectopic pregnancy it was13weeks thanks God no surgery I had pills to put in my vaginal and after 8hrs everything came out but my period is not 3days anymore I bleed only 1day. Woman we are too complicated

  • Dr.Ectopic pregnancy yilum mensus akillallo… apo utreus nte wall already pregnancy ku prepared aytundaville… apo athu mensus loode purathu pokande?

  • I had an ectopic pregnancy on 2013, doc ny right side tube remove ki hy now I want conceive pls kch advise dain how can I conceive pls reply

  • Hello Doctor
    Thanks for the information
    I had ectopic pregnancy laproscopic surgery last week and my right tube is removed.
    After how many months we can try for pregnancy again.

  • Really Your video is having very helpful information. Recently My Wife got operated through Laproscopy for Ecoptic pregnancy. Is there a way to contact you to get some information which helps my wife to get pregnant in future?

  • മാഡം പറഞ്ഞു ഒരു സികിത്സ രീതി അത് എപ്പോൾ ആണ് ചെയ്യേടത് എങ്ങിനെ ചെയ്യണം അത്ര വലിയ വിവരം ഒന്നും ഇല്ല എനിക്ക് എനിക്ക് എന്റെ മകളുടെ ഭാവി യാണ് വലിത് നല്ല ഒരു മറുപടി തരും എന് കരുതുന്നു

  • I had tubal pregnancy they took rub n baby then i had 1 child. After that i had another tubal pregnancy last chance to have another child. Well i had to have it removed the tub n baby again. I thank god for my only child. After all that n years later im haven pain n going threw menopause?

  • Thank you doctor, I have some question that are…..What are remedial measures to reduce chances of infection in fallopian tubes in future? Does weak motility Siemens affects the fallopian tube?

  • very nice video doctor. i had an ectopic pregnancy in the year 2015 and nw I m pregnent with one tube…. n in full term pregnancy its 9 month running pls suggest me for which type of delivery I shud go for normal or c section.. this is my first child till today every thing is normal pls respond me soon…thanks

  • Mam enk pragnacy il scan cheithapol tubil anu kanichath. Methotrexate injection eduthu bt 2 days kazhinju scan cheithapolol uterus il ayirunnu. Ethelum prblm undakum paranju abort cheithu agane sambhavikumo? Plzzz reply mam

  • Ma’am I did HCG test that test results was 1081 so that’s the tubel pregnancy? Plze give me reply I m so worried I had 3 miscarriage plze reply me

  • Hi doctor I had ectopic pregnacy in 2013 the 1st time was in my right tube and doctor did a partial right salpingectomy four months later i was pregnant again and unfortunatly was on my left tube but this time i have more complications and doctor performed a total lt salpingectomy.my question is i still have options for been pregnant again? Im 28yr now. I was 23yr when everything happend and seens then i not pregnant anymore.which other options i have? Plz im apreciated if u answer me.

  • Mam meri ectopic pragnancy tha or ek tube remove kardiya hai operation ke duwara. But ab mai maa banna chahati hu and mere pas ek hi tube hai. Agar mai dobara ectopic pregnancy hogyi toh kya upai hai ki us pragnancy ko utras mai sahi jagah pe Lane ka??? Nor Mal birth ho sake??

  • Hi mam waiting for your next video. I just had an ectopic pregnancy last week and am on rest. I would like to know more about cares taken after laproscopic surgery for ectopic pregnancy.

  • Hlo mam, I had n ectopic pregency on 2016, September its already 1 yr complete n doctor removed my left side fallopian tube so mam we r planing fr a baby again frm last 3 mnth we r trying but I hav not concived n m little scared, n my periods r stil irrigular mam stil ther is any problem in my another fallopian tube thn haw can I nw abt that I had infection on thr, mam plz suggest me,

  • Hi,thanks for your very informative video.i ‘m 32,in January 2017 i have one ectopic pregnancy dr remove one Fallopian tube And at the same time Dr find the 12 fibroids around my uterus.but after 6 months in July 2017 dr do another surgery about my fibroids and they remove 2 big fibroids.but think is I have 10 more..now I want to try for the baby..plz give some good advice..thanks