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gestation

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the condition of carrying a developing fetus within the uterus

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Pregnancies in abdomen are majorly secondary, causing from the reattachment of an abortion from tube or the increase of imbedding space across a broken tube.
Among women over 35 who conceived six months after a previous birth, the researchers found a 1.2 per cent risk (12 cases per 1,000 pregnancies) of maternal mortality or severe morbidity.
Table-I: The characteristics of eight patients diagnosed with cornual pregnancies and treated with local KCL or MTX.
Only 1% of women with uncomplicated pregnancies had platelet counts less than 100,000/[mm.sup.3] during pregnancy or at delivery, and just five women (0.1%) had unexplained platelet counts below 80,000/[mm.sup.3].
In vitro fertilization and embryo transfer, a collaborative study of 1163 pregnancies on the incidence and risk factors of ectopics pregnancies.
Among the 41 pregnancies in women who began follow-up prior to pregnancy, 13 (32%) had an unfavorable course of disease activity marked by worsening during 8 (20%) of the pregnancies or stable high disease activity during 5 (12%).
The goal was to assess the impact of subsequent pregnancies on cardiometabolic risks.
In the EAGeR trial, a total of 797 women had positive pregnancy tests, with 188 pregnancies ending in loss.
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.26 Classically, this disease occurs in primigravida, and the incidence is higher in multiple gestations (i.e.
(1) Bilateral tubal pregnancy is a rare disease, which occurs in 1 per 200,000 pregnancies. (2) The incidence of bilateral tubal pregnancy has been reported to be increasing as a result of increased use of induction ovulations.
The primary abdominal pregnancy is defined as an ectopic pregnancy developing on the serosal surface within the peritoneal cavity excluding tubal, ovarian, intraligamentous pregnancies and secondary implantation of primary tubal implantation [1].
Most pregnancies will continue without any problems at all, however, a small percentage of pregnancies suffer from complications.
Moreover 98% of all extra-uterine pregnancies are intra-tubal one per cent is ovarian and the rest are primary or secondary peritoneal implantations.
Approximately 15% of early pregnancies are complicated by pelvic or abdominal pain and uterine bleeding or spotting.