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Tubal Ligation

What are the signs of a tubal pregnancy?

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Answered 2011-08-15 10:07:40

There will be vaginal bleeding often later than the expected period. You may also have some severe abdominal pain.

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Signs of pregnancy after tubal ligation are a positive pregnancy test. If your test is negative, you're not pregnant.

my tubal incension is red after 5 years of having a tubal why

Very early signs, up to five weeks, are very similar, breasrt tenderness, nausea etc but then a tubal pregnancy usually becomes extremely painful as the growing embryo stretches the tube. It can also be extremely dangerous.

Yes, ectopic pregnancy is a rare effect of having a tubal ligation. If you've had a tubal ligation and begin experiencing single sided pain, spotting, bleeding or dizziness you need to be evaluated for tubal pregnancy immediately.

A tubal pregnancy is usually apparent by six weeks.

Practicaly the chances of pregnancy after tubal ligation are zero.

Yes, a tubal pregnancy will still produce HCG and will still be detected by a pregnancy test.

A tubal ectopic pregnancy is usually discovered sometime between the sixth or seventh week of pregnancy, but can be noticed as early as four weeks into a pregnancy. If there a no symptoms of a tubal pregnancy, it may go unnoticed until a first trimester ultrasound.

Yea you can have a miscarriage and still be have tubal pregnancy. You need er help or surgery

A tubal pregnancy can be a life threatening condition with the potential of rupture. A tubal pregnancy can permanently damage the fallopian tube and cause difficulties with future pregnancies.

Most definitely, yes, you can have a false pregnancy test with tubal pregnancy. Hormones only know an egg implanted. Hormones do not know where the egg implanted.

I believe it is ectopic pregnancy.

Tubal pregnancy can not cause heart attack.

What if the pregnancy hasn't been diagnosed as a tubal pregnancy, but hcg start out low n double or sky rocket out of nowhere.

unfortunately no, a tubal (ectopic) pregnancy is a fetus growing OUTSIDE the womb, and the baby CANNOT be put INSIDE the womb.

The fetus can not grow there and has to be removed.

A tubal pregnancy is a pregnancy in which the fertilized egg implants itself somewhere besides the uterine lining and the fetus cannot survive.

Yes it is. I just had a tubal/ectopic pregnancy on 6/20/2012 and thats what my doctor kept calling it

When can you expect signs of pregnancy

Early signs of pregnancy: #1Missed PeriodEarly signs of pregnancy: #2Just "Feeling" PregnantEarly signs of pregnancy: #3Breast TendernessEarly signs of pregnancy: #4FatigueEarly signs of pregnancy: #5Frequent UrinationEarly signs of pregnancy: #6NauseaEarly signs of pregnancy: #7Dizziness and/or FaintingEarly signs of pregnancy: #8Food Cravings, or Aversions to FoodsEarly signs of pregnancy: #9Sensitivity to AromasEarly signs of pregnancy: #10Morning SicknessEarly signs of pregnancy: #11Heartburn and/or ConstipationEarly signs of pregnancy: #12Mood Swings and IrritabilityEarly signs of pregnancy: #13Higher body temperatureEarly signs of pregnancy: #14Low Back PainEarly signs of pregnancy: #15Implantation BleedingEarly signs of pregnancy: #16A Positive Pregnancy TestEarly signs of pregnancy symptoms: #17Bloating and Weight Gain

Menopause is cessation of menstruation as you grow old or due to hysterectomy. A tubal pregnancy is an ectopic pregnancy where in the inplantation takes place in the fallopian tube.

The failure rate for tubal ligation is about 1.85% after 10 years. Slightly higher if the operation was performed during a c-section. If one does get pregnant after a tubal ligatin an ectopic pregnancy (or tubal pregnancy) may develop.

Absolutely! If your tube was damaged during the tubal pregnancy you may experience some trouble conceiving, however carrying a pregnancy to term after an ectopic pregnancy should not be a problem. Not every tubal pregnancy will irreconcilably damage a fallopian tube. If one of your fallopian tube has been severed due to a tubal pregnancy then you still have another one to rely on. If you have had two irreconcilably damaged fallopian tubes then you are going to need surgical help in getting a viable egg to your womb.

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