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Outside Gynecology Pregnancy

Pregnancy outside the uterus - an ectopic pregnancy mediknya term - is a condition in which the fertilized egg will attach to and grow outside the womb. Usually characterized by pain that is the main complaint on disturbed ectopic pregnancy (100 percent).

Dr. Yandi Jayaprana, spat of Glory RSIA Budi said, the cause is largely unknown. A more realistic approach is to identify the predisposing factors of ectopic pregnancy. Several abnormalities and damage to the oviduct a role in ectopic pregnancy are:

1. Mechanical factors that prevent or hinder the journey of the fertilized ovum to the uterus.
2. Infection of the fallopian tube (salfingitis).
3. Cause tubal mucosal folds, which may limit the fallopian tubes and form pockets of dead-end. Infection also reduces its vibration (tubal mucosa cilia) that implantation in the lining of the fallopian tubes resulting zygote disturbed. Incidence 12.8 percent after an infection, 35.5 percent after two infections and 75 percent after three times of the infection. Infections cause the majority of ectopic pregnancies are bacteria Chlamydia trachomatis.
4. Tubal adhesions after post-abortion infection or infection during childbirth, infections of the appendix (appendicitis) that tertekuknya tuba and lumen narrowing caused.
5. Growth abnormalities of the fallopian tubes resulting in anatomical abnormalities.
6. Previous ectopic pregnancy. In a previous ectopic pregnancy ectopic pregnancy is 15-20 percent. After two ectopic pregnancies, the risk for subsequent ectopic pregnancy increased 32 times.
7. History of previous tubal surgery, or improvement of tubal patency and tubal sterilization failure.
8. A history of recurrent abortion induction. This relates to the incidence of tubal infection.
9. Tumors, such as the uterus and fallopian tubes wombs stimulate ovarian cysts.

Ectopic Pregnancy Causes Increased incidence

1. Increased prevalence of tubal infection due to venereal disease that damages the surface of the oviduct (fallopian tube mucosa) causes.
2. Tubal surgery that failed.
3. Induction of abortion that is causing the infection. The most common cause of an ectopic pregnancy is damage to the fallopian tube mucosa that travel egg (ovum), which is fertilized in the womb inhibits section. Tubal mucosal damage was ever caused by an infection.

Risk Factors

Some risk factors such as infertility, infection of the genitals, more than one sexual partner, smoking, showering (cleaning Miss V), sexual intercourse at a young age (<18 years). Location of ectopic pregnancy Among the many sites that ectopic pregnancy can occur, most located in the tube which is 98.3 percent of all ectopic pregnancies. Ectopic tubal pregnancy outside the abdominal pregnancy is 1.4 percent, 0.15 percent and 0.15 percent of ovarian pregnancy, cervical pregnancy. Facts on Ectopic Pregnancy 1. More than 10,000 ectopic pregnancies reported in the United States, which is 2 percent of all pregnancies. Although the death of an ectopic pregnancy were significantly decreased during the last 30 years, an ectopic pregnancy is still the number one cause of maternal mortality in the first trimester of pregnancy. 2. The incidence of ectopic pregnancies has increased dramatically over the last 20 years is probably due to the increasing incidence of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) or inflammation of the pelvic organs and better diagnostic capabilities. In contrast, mortality rates decreased due to the improvement of diagnostic and treatment facilities.


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