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Do you have bad abdominal pain and back pain with a tubal pregnancy?

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2006-07-16 21:04:32
2006-07-16 21:04:32

I had a tubal preg & yes my back was killing me & it felt like I needed to have a bowel movement all the time. I was 3mths before I went to the emergency room & my tube had ruptured, so if you think that you are you need to go immediately because you could be bleeding enternally & not know it. Hi, Yes you do have severe pain with tubal and etopic pregnancies. If you suspect you have a tubal then go to A&E now as tubals are dangerous. Good luck.

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