Ectopic pregnancy is a rare pregnancy disorder and can pose life risk.
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It is caused when the fertilized egg is implanted in the fallopian tube instead of the uterus.
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It is diagnosed by blood tests and transvaginal ultrasound and demands immediate termination.
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There are three methods of terminating an ectopic pregnancy- medication, laparoscopic treatment, and emergency surgery.
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The process is chosen depending on the amount of blood loss and the severance of the case.
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Even after the removal of fallopian tubes, women can conceive either through the second tube or IVF process.
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