An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy that takes place outside the womb. If you use birth control, an ectopic pregnancy can occur even. Abnormal genital blood loss; Mild constraining on one side of the hips; No periods; Pain in the lower tummy or pelvic area; Fainting or feeling faint; Intense pressure in the rectum; Low blood pressure; Pain in the shoulder area; Severe, sharp, and unexpected pain in the lower abdominal area; The fallopian tubes are televisions connecting the ovaries to the womb. If an egg gets stuck in them, it will not develop into an infant and your health and wellness might be at risk if the pregnancy continues. An ectopic pregnancy does not constantly cause symptoms and may only be found throughout a routine pregnancy scan. Ectopic pregnancy places your health and wellness in jeopardy too, and can be very major if it isn't dealt with. Symptoms usually begin when you're about 6 weeks pregnant and can include: pain low down and on one side of your abdominal area; bleeding from your vaginal area; pain in the tip of your shoulder; pain when most likely to the commode; a brownish watery discharge from your vagina. You might have: other more basic symptoms such as light skin and sweating; missed out on a period; several of the early signs of being pregnant, such as feeling tired or having sore breasts.
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