In vitro fertilization and embryo transfer, a collaborative study of 1163 pregnancies
on the incidence and risk factors of ectopics pregnancies
Increased treatment with in vitro fertilization for infertile couples may cause multiple pregnancies
and lead to abdominal ectopic pregnancy with heterotopic pregnancy.
Pruritic urticarial papules and plaques occurs in 1 of 160 pregnancies
, and is more common in white women.
6,7) There has been an increase in the number of published case report of bilateral tubal pregnancies
following the use of induction ovulation, but spontaneous bilateral unruptured tubal pregnancy remains a rare event.
In clinical units with high-quality gynecologic ultrasonography available, most ectopic pregnancies
will be detected on initial scan and only 10% to 15% of ectopic pregnancies
will have an ultrasound finding of no intrauterine pregnancy and no evidence for an extrauterine pregnancy.
They all had history of similar eruption in previous pregnancies
with normal delivery and a healthy baby.
Nearly 90% (185 million) of the estimated 208 million pregnancies
in 2008 occurred in the developing world.
Some women who have had ectopic pregnancies
will have difficulty becoming pregnant again.
If a woman had pre-eclampsia in her first and second pregnancies
, her risk rises to 30% for her third pregnancy.
Pre-eclampsia has been defined as a disease of first pregnancies
Working together to ensure that all pregnancies
are intended (consciously and clearly desired at the time of conception), the two agencies provide family planning counseling and a broad choice of contraceptive methods through a range of health and social service programs.
New cases, relapse of cured patients and deterioration in patients on treatment during pregnancy and lactation--results of a prospective study of 154 pregnancies
in 147 Ethiopian women.
McCracken sees a team of doctors that specializes in high-risk pregnancies
Roughly 30 to 50 percent of pregnancies
end in miscarriage, says biologist Pablo A.