Can Pregnancy Outside The Womb Not Be Operated?
Good afternoon, I was pregnant according to my count of gestational age +/- 3 weeks, but after the ultrasound the doctor said I was suspected of being pregnant outside the womb, according to my doctor how should I do? Can you do it if you don’t operate? I’m waiting for the answer, thank you doctor
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pregnancy outside the womb, pregnancy outside the womb, or better known in the medical world as ectopic pregnancy, is a condition when the fetus develops not in the womb. This condition can cause bleeding from the vagina and severe pain in the arena of the lower abdomen or pelvis. What is dangerous about this condition is that there are no other parts of the body that are designed to stretch and accept fetal development other than the uterus, so that if left unchecked, the developing fetus can be disrupted, and the mother herself can experience complications if there is rupture or bleeding later.
This condition is still unknown, but the factors that are considered influential are:
35 years of age or older while pregnant.
Have a history of pelvic inflammation and endometriosis.
Suffering from sexually transmitted diseases, such as gonorrhea and chlamydia.
Having an ectopic pregnancy in a previous pregnancy.
Have recurrent miscarriages
Have had surgery on the abdominal and pelvic area.
Have undergone treatment related to fertility problems.
Use a type of spiral contraception.
Have a smoking habit.
We suggest that if you really have an ectopic pregnancy, you should follow your obstetrician's advice, which might be termination or termination of pregnancy. This is important because with the inability of other organs to accept the fetus, even if left unchecked the pregnancy will eventually be disrupted, and so will your safety. So if it is decided by the doctor that the termination of pregnancy will be carried out, you should comply.
If you are still unsure about the doctor's diagnosis, it's natural because this condition is not easy to be accepted by everyone. You can seek a second opinion from an obstetrician at another hospital because it is your right. But if then the findings and recommendations of the second obstetrician are the same, then that means it's the best for you. So, hopefully answering your question.