Ectopic Pregnancy

Is it possible to go more than three months in an ectopic pregnancy?


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2011-09-13 03:02:58
2011-09-13 03:02:58

Absolutely not--it would have killed you or at the very least put you in the hospital from bleeding.

It is possible. I just had an ectopic in June (I ended up taking methotrexate) and my doctor said there is no magic answer to that question. Each woman is different...some can go 3 months without feeling any pain others like my case, only 6 weeks. Best advice is go to your doctor if you have the slightest feeling something may be wrong.

WELL the answer to that one is yes i was around 14 weeks 4 days pregnant when i had my ectopic pregnancy it didnt kill me im still alive but i was seriously ill i had to have emergency surgery as my blood pressure was soooo low due to the loss of blood needless to say i lost my baby and my right tube, i still managed to conceive afterwards to and now have a gorgeous 2 year old daughter :)

Ectopic pregnancy actually means an out of place pregnancy. Some women with an ectopic pregnancy have gone full term (very rare). So, it really depends on where the egg implanted. Most tubal pregnancies are noticed between 5-8 weeks but even that can vary.


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