Heterotopic Pregnancy

Heterotopic Pregnancy Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

The term heterotopic pregnancy refers to the presence of two concurrent pregnancies. The first event takes the form of an intrauterine pregnancy and the other is an ectopic pregnancy, which happens outside the uterus, usually outside the fallopian tubes. The dangers of a heterotopic pregnancy can be just as serious as those of an ectopic …

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Abdominal pregnancy

Abdominal pregnancy: Symptoms, Risk Factors, Diagnosis, and Treatment

In an abdominal pregnancy, the embryo or fetus grows and develops outside the womb in the abdomen, which is different from its development in the Fallopian tube, ovaries, and broad ligaments of the uterus. Pregnancies in the tubal, ovaries and broad ligaments have been regarded as difficult to diagnose and treat as those occurring in …

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Getting Pregnant from Pre-Cum

Getting Pregnant from Pre-Cum? What to Expect

Many believe that pre-cum doesn’t contain sperm, so there’s no potential for unintended pregnancy. However, the opposite is true. Pre-cum contains sperm, which may cause the woman to become pregnant. It’s possible to get pregnant during pre-or post-cum, perhaps one of the most widely misunderstood topics in medical circles. Here’s what’s up. Table Of Contents1 …

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