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Paula MacSweeney Expecting Again Months After Ectopic Pregnancy

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It’s nice to get some good news amidst all of the doom and gloom we’re surrounded with currently.  Today FM presenter Paula MacSweeney has announced that she is expecting again and we could not be more delighted for her.  The presenter shared her good news with her Instagram followers on Friday in a touching post where she revealed a photo of her first scan.  View this post on Instagram A post shared by Paula MacSweeney (@paulamacsweeney) on Mar 20, 2020 at 7:14am PDT ‘We have a new bae on the way, how lucky are we?’ she gushed to her followers. […]

US soccer star Hope Solo talks miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy and IVF

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A US female football star has opened up about her miscarriage, then suffering an ectopic pregnancy, resulting in her having a fallopian tube removed Hope Solo, 37, who is married to former NFL star, Jerramy Stevens, revealed she almost died after suffering a miscarriage, just hours before she flew to Florida to give a speech at the soccer election. The former goalkeeper told Elle magazine she had been trying for a family for several years with no success. A week after the miscarriage she was still in a lot of pain and it was discovered she was pregnant with twins, […]

Four Ways to Nurture Yourself When Recovering from Ectopic Pregnancy Loss

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Ectopic pregnancy loss is a deeply devastating experience that no woman ever wants to go through. It’s a topic that isn’t spoken about much, something that I think makes women who have had an ectopic pregnancy feel isolated and unsupported in their grief. Often, the entire ordeal unfolds so fast that you’ve hardly any time to catch your breath, let alone process what has come to pass. One moment you are stunned to you receive your long awaited ‘Big Fat Pink’ and are excited to finally be pregnant after months or even years of trying, and the next you’re dealt […]

Today FM’s Paula MacSweeney shares pregnancy joy three months after devastating ectopic pregnancy – RSVP Live

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We will use your email address to send you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor more information on how we use your data and your data protection rights. Thank you for subscribingSee ourprivacy notice Today FM’s Paula MacSweeney has revealed she is pregnant again after sharing her heart-breaking ectopic pregnancy last year. The presenter took to social media on Friday to share the news, revealing she was overjoyed to be expecting once again. Posting a picture with her baby scans on Instagram, she wrote: “We have a new bae on the way! How lucky are we?! Obviously this isn’t the time […]

Ectopic Pregnancy: your scars make you who you are

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Ectopic pregnancy: my story  The time had come: I held the pregnancy test in my hands. After spotting for a few days, I knew something was up, and I was right: There were two lines! I was ecstatic! My husband, Matt, and I had been trying to conceive for about a year, and I’d been peeing on ovulation strips for six months. Finally, it happened!!! The next few weeks consisted of waking up ravenous at 2:00 AM, craving peanut butter toast with bananas on top.  One day, soon after, I experienced some severe pain–what I thought was constipation–that landed me […]

Ohio Abortion Bill Would Require Doctors To ‘Re-implant Ectopic Pregnancy’ In Uterus Or Face Murder Charges

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The procedure is not currently medically possible. Ohio lawmakers have introduced a bill that would require doctors, on discovering an ectopic pregnancy, to “re-introduce” the fetus into the patient’s uterus or face “abortion murder” charges, reports. The procedure does not exist, as doctors have repeatedly tried to explain to the Ohio legislature. Ohio already has some of the nation’s strictest abortion laws, having already passed a so-called “heartbeat ban,” which bans abortion after a fetal heartbeat can be detected, which is at about six weeks into a pregnancy. Since most women don’t even realize they’re pregnant until after the sixth […]

Jason Chan’s Wife Had an Ectopic Pregnancy | JayneStars.com

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Pulling themselves together, the couple will continue to try for another child. Hong Kong singer Jason Chan’s (陳柏宇) wife, Leanne Fu (符曉薇), had announced news of her second pregnancy in May. However, the couple recently shared that she had an ectopic pregnancy which caused her fallopian tube to burst. Suffering from stomach pains and bleeding about a week after her pregnancy was confirmed, Leanne initially suspected appendicitis, but was later informed about heavy uterine bleeding and told that she had to undergo an emergency operation to terminate the pregnancy. Admitting the ectopic pregnancy had been devastating for both of them, Jason […]

Ectopic pregnancy and emergency surgery (When a miscarriage isn’t a miscarriage)

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A month and 2 days since I shared what I thought was the worst thing I could share. I had to re-read it now, to try to figure out where to begin. It hurts every inch of my soul to read it, especially knowing how much worse it was going to get. For 6 days, I mourned losing a baby. I raged over everything; but I had no idea how angry I would get. I sometimes wonder if I’ll ever go to the bathroom again without my mind preparing me for too much bleeding. I was in so much pain […]

Caesarian scar ectopic pregnancies — The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust

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Non tubal ectopic pregnancy, such as caesarian scar ectopic or interstitial tube where the tube passes through the muscle of the uterus, the cervix and more rarely in the wall of the uterus itself (myometrial), often cause problems quite late on and are associated with a disproportionate number of serious complications. One type of ectopic pregnancy that we seem to be seeing increasingly is where the pregnancy is implanted in the scar left in the uterus following a caesarean section. The evidence suggests that these pregnancies, if they continue, will be associated with the placenta becoming deeply implanted into the […]

Ectopic pregnancy and emergency surgery (When a miscarriage isn’t a miscarriage)

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A month and 2 days since I shared what I thought was the worst thing I could share. I had to re-read it now, to try to figure out where to begin. It hurts every inch of my soul to read it, especially knowing how much worse it was going to get. For 6 days, I mourned losing a baby. I raged over everything; but I had no idea how angry I would get. I sometimes wonder if I’ll ever go to the bathroom again without my mind preparing me for too much bleeding. I was in so much pain […]