Cosc agus cóireáil leighis ar thoircheas ectópach

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Cosc agus cóireáil leighis ar thoircheas ectópach

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An ectopic pregnancy cannot be avoided but certain risk factors can be reduced. For example, gnéas sábháilte can reduce the risk of getting a sexually transmitted disease or pelvic inflammatory disease, thereby lowering the risk of ectopic pregnancy.

Cóireálacha míochaine

toircheas ectópach cannot be completed. It is therefore necessary to proceed with the removal of the fertilized egg if it is not done spontaneously.

When the ectopic pregnancy is identified early, an injection of Methotrexate (MTX) is used to stop the growth of embryonic cells and destroy existing cells.

This drug does not decrease fertility. On the other hand, it is better to wait at least 2 timthriall normal periods before attempting another pregnancy. Having a first ectopic pregnancy carries a risk of having a second, but this risk is not associated with methotrexate.

Cóireálacha máinliachta

I bhformhór na gcásanna, déanann an laparoscóp removes the poorly implanted egg in the fallopian tube. A thin tube with a camera is inserted into a small incision in the abdomen. The egg and blood are sucked in this way.

In some cases, other surgical practices are employed:

  • La linear salpongostomy consists of severing the proboscis partially lengthwise in order to remove the poorly implanted egg.
  • La salpingectomy involves removing an entire fallopian tube.
  • La tubal cauterization involves electrically burning a portion or all of the proboscis to destroy the foods of conception as well as the proboscis itself. The proboscis then becomes non-functional.
  • When the fallopian tube has ruptured, a laparotomy (abdominal incision) may be necessary and most of the time the tube will need to be removed.
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