yes ectopic pregnancies are really rare to have.. but i actually know two of my friends who had had one.
it is nothing to worry about as long as you get it sorted out STRAIGHT away! an ectopic pregnancy is where the baby develops outside your womb and is harmful towards you and the baby if you do not get it sorted, with an ectopic pregnancy you normally experience shooting pains in one side of your tummy/abdominal area and your tummy will be very painful to touch.
my doctor told me all of this when i wwent to the doctors when i thought i had an ectopic pregnancy.. turns out i wasn’t even pregnant and it was just side affects from my RTA.
but i am now 5 weeks pregnant and me and my boyfriend are over the moon :woohoo:
hope everything goes well for you.
i’m here if you need to talk
Ive had an ectopic about 12 years ago. I didnt know I was pregnant. I went to the ER and the reason I went to the ER was because I was 3 1/2 weeks along and my fallopian burst. I had so much pain, I was bleeding internally, and had a hard time getting in the car to get to the ER. I could barely talk either.
Once I got there they did a pregnancy test it was positive and then they did a U/S and found out I lost a fallopian tube. I had emergency surgery, then recieved 3 pints of blood that I had lost. No fun I tell ya. So yeah I hope you made it to the DR.?
I am now high risk everytime I get pregnant, I go first thing to U/S.
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