Pregnant Before 6 Months After Surgery Ket Laparotomile?
Afternoon … nI last March surgery Ket laparotomy … Is there a fatal risk if I get pregnant before 6 months postoperatively …
Hello Ma'am Eka,
Interrupted Ectopic Pregnancy (KET) is a condition in which the fertilized egg - sperm attaches and develops outside the uterine space (which is often in the fallopian tube / tube from the uterus-ovaries). Ectopic pregnancy that causes problems (for example: miscarriage, organ rupture) that results in a decrease in the general condition of the sufferer is known as KET. In the medical world, KET is an emergency that requires immediate action.
Laparotomy KET is a form of treatment for KET. In the KET laparotomy, the doctor makes an incision in the abdominal wall through the abdominal cavity (intrabdomen) until the reproductive organs (uterus and ovaries / ovaries) are visible. The fetus growing outside the uterus will then be removed and in certain cases the organ where the placenta is attached must also be removed.
After a woman experiences KET, of course, scar tissue will occur in the reproductive organs. In some women it will be difficult to get pregnant or there is a risk of another ectopic pregnancy. Therefore, after surgery, doctors usually recommend giving pause to the next pregnancy, the reasons include:
As with normal pregnancies, it is best if the next pregnancy is not too close. Reproductive organs need a minimum of 4-6 weeks for the healing process. Mother's emotional readiness to get pregnant again. There is a risk of another ectopic pregnancy. Planning a pregnancy in a woman with a history of KET requires extra attention. If you are pregnant, you should check with a gynecologist. In addition to performing a physical examination, the doctor will also perform additional examinations such as blood tests, abdominal (abdominal) and transvaginal (vaginal) ultrasounds to check the condition of the reproductive organs and when pregnant to determine the location of the fetus in / outside the uterus and fetal development.
That's my answer, hope it helps.
dr. Saphira Evani