Ectopic Pregnancy

Gynaecology Department / Ectopic Pregnancy

Ectopic Pregnancy


At Harsh Hospital & Maternity Home, we provide Treat for Ectopic Pregnancy. For pregnancy to happen, the ovary needs to discharge an egg into the fallopian tube, where it remains for around 24 hours. There it needs to interact with a sperm to be fertilised. The fertilised egg remains in the fallopian tube for 3 or 4 days before it moves to the uterus.

In any case, if the fertilized egg embeds in your fallopian tube, you end up with what’s called an ectopic pregnancy. In these rare cases, the pregnancy can’t proceed with regularly, and sometimes it requires emergency treatment.


Light vaginal bleeding and pelvic pain are generally the primary side effects, yet others could include:

  •     Nausea and vomiting with pain
  •     Severe stomach pain
  •     Weakness
  •     Pain in your shoulder, neck, or rectum
  •     It may cause the fallopian tube to burst. In this rare event, you could have significant pain and extreme bleeding, causing fall in blood pressure and may require emergency surgery.


You may never know why you have an ectopic pregnancy.

But you are more likely to have it if you have any of the following:

  •     Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
  •     Sexually-transmitted diseases
  •     Scarring from past pelvic surgeries
  •     History of ectopic pregnancy in the past
  •     Unsuccessful tubal ligation or tubal ligation reversal
  •     Use of fertility medications
  •     IVF treatment for infertility