Ectopic pregnancy that can carry a high rate of morbidity and mortality

Ectopic pregnancy is a well-known pregnancy complication that, if not diagnosed and treated promptly, can result in a high risk of morbidity and fatality. Because ectopics can show with pain, vaginal bleeding, or more ambiguous problems like nausea and vomiting, it's critical that doctors keep a high index of suspicion for them in their pregnant patients. To allow for a healthy intrauterine pregnancy, fertilisation and embryo implantation require a complex interplay of chemical, hormonal, and anatomical interactions and circumstances. Much of this system is beyond the scope of this article, but the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, egg, and sperm are the most important anatomical components to our discussion. The female reproductive organs, the ovaries, are positioned on both lateral sides of the uterus in the lower pelvic region. One of the duties of the ovaries is to release an egg each month for possible fertilisation. 


Tim David

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