Infertility is a topic that everyone is paying attention to in recent years.
Some people can’t be pregnant, some people are susceptible, and there are some people … strange, obviously the urine test shows that she is pregnant, but the B -ultrasound can’t find a baby!
Today, let’s go to Changsha Maternal and Child Health Hospital together!
A true story from Changsha Maternal and Child Health Hospital-
"My stomach hurts! What should I do?" A nervous and panic voice broke the calmness of the Women’s Ward.I saw a young woman sitting on a wheelchair covering her belly, pale and painful.The medical staff quickly went through the procedures for admission and asked the medical history to learn that the patient had previously measured HCG positive for urination, and the outer hospital checked HCG5325miu/ML. No pregnancy was found in the B -ultrasound.The patient was anxious and curious: "Doctor, my stomach hurts, is I pregnant? But where did my baby go?"
The doctor checked the B -ultrasound for her, reminding her that the endometrium was 14mm thick, and no obvious pregnancy was seen.In the inside of her left ovaries, the mixture of the mixed block 16*20*16mm, and the pelvic exploration and scope of about 71*40mm free -seeking dark areas are incorporated in the hospital with a "abnormal pregnancy".Patients have abdominal pain, and there are surgical pointers in pelvic bleeding. The doctor immediately arranges surgery for the patient.
During the operation, it was found that the patient’s uterine angle and fallopian tube were not enlarged or rough!In other words, fertilized eggs are not on tubes and uterus.
So where did this lost fertilized egg go?
After a closer look at the surgeon, the patient found that the patient’s abdominal cavity was attached to the surface of the large omentum of the abdominal cavity and a hemorrhage block and a dark brown -mocolicated tissue.It turns out that the "baby" of the patient is here!With the help of a doctor, the lost eggs who lost their way finally ended this thrilling adventure.The patient is a special rare abdominal pregnancy. The pregnancy tissue is planted on a large omentum. It is an extremely dangerous ectopic pregnancy.
Expert reminds you–
Most of the ectopic pregnancy believes that it is tubal pregnancy, but there are also rare pregnancy tissues grown in the abdominal cavity.
Abdominal pregnancy refers to embryo or fetus in the abdominal cavity other than fallopian tubes, ovaries and wide ligaments, and its incidence rate is about 1: 15000.The mortality rate is about 5%, and the fetal survival rate is only 1%.The primary and secondary abdominal pregnancy is divided into two types.Primary abdominal pregnancy refers to fertilized eggs directly planted in peritoneal, enteric membrane, large omentum, etc., which is rare. The cause of the occurrence is unknown.The endometrium in the inside is existence, which makes the fertilized eggs bed and develop into primary abdominal pregnancy.Secondary abdominal pregnancy often occurs after abortion or rupture of tubal pregnancy, and occasionally occasionally occurs in ovarian pregnancy or intrauterine pregnancy, and the uterus is defective.
1. Pay attention to the hygiene period of menstruation to prevent the reproductive system infection; clean and self -love, prevent unclean behavior, do a good job of contraception, reduce the number of artificial abortion, thereby reducing the chance of pelvic infection;Examination after pregnancy can also effectively reduce the incidence of abdominal pregnancy.
2. Actively treat endometriosis.
3. Find regular checks in the hospital for examination after pregnancy.
Edit: Little Y