Than monthly menaces with an ectopic pregnancy are dangerous
It is necessary to know that not any blood discharge from the vagina in women is monthly. Monthly appear regularly, after about 28 days, as a result of exfoliation and exit of the uterine mucosa.
Regular monthly signs indicate a woman's readiness to become pregnant and give birth to a child.
The absence of them indicates the presence of pregnancy - this is known to every woman. Pregnancy can also confirm a pregnancy test and an examination with a gynecologist. But that's bad luck: you are pregnant, this is confirmed by the test, and the doctor, and you have started monthly.
Is there a period during pregnancy or is it something else? If this is something else, then what?
Is it dangerous? And if it is monthly, what are the monthly ones during pregnancy? How are they manifested? What is characterized? And, whether there are always monthly at an ectopic pregnancy? How often do they appear? Or are they episodic? What are the most dangerous menstruation with ectopic pregnancy?
Such questions disturb many women.
Any gynecologist will confirm that there can not be any periods during pregnancy, and what a pregnant woman takes for a month is actually vaginal bleeding. They resemble coffee grounds and have a smearing character. Such bleeding may be one of the earliest symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy.
Ectopic pregnancy has other early signs: dizziness up to fainting, weakness, low blood pressure, acute pain in the pelvis or abdomen. And if the pregnant woman has found these signs in her, she needs to immediately consult a gynecologist for clarifying the presence of an ectopic pregnancy, which is a great threat to the life of a woman and a future child.
The presence of an ectopic pregnancy is determined by doctors using blood tests, ultrasound or laparoscopy.
What is so dangerous for men with ectopic pregnancy?
Ectopic pregnancy is characterized by the fact that the fertilized cell for some reason does not manage to reach the uterine tube to the uterus and is attached to the tube, continuing to develop there. Since the walls of the uterine tube are not elastic, they can soon burst, which poses a danger to the life of a woman and her child.
Allocations that a woman takes for a month, with ectopic pregnancy at the earliest stages result in spontaneous miscarriage.
If the period is longer, and the woman wants to keep the pregnancy and give birth to a child - it is sent to support the hospital, relieve the stress of the uterus and prescribe blood-restoring medications. If the life of a pregnant woman is in great danger, she is aborted.
After six months of ectopic pregnancy, the fetus is removed surgically. If the operation is performed on time and qualitatively, the life of the mother and child can be saved.
Pregnant women sometimes experience so-called implantation bleeding, which occurs when the fertilized egg is attached to the walls of the uterus. Such bleeding is safe, and they are almost invisible.