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Ectopic pregnancy: Woman describes ‘excruciating pain’ in hope others will recognise symptoms | ITV News Wales

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By ITV Wales journalist Katie Fenton A woman recovering from an ectopic pregnancy has described the “excruciating pain” and other symptoms she experienced in the hope of raising awareness. An ectopic pregnancy is when a fertilised egg implants itself outside of the womb, usually in one of the fallopian tubes. They affect around one in 80 pregnancies in the UK, and can be fatal if left untreated. It is not possible to save an ectopic pregnancy. Mia Pole, from Cardiff, underwent emergency surgery to have her fallopian tube removed after being diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy. Doctors initially thought she’d […]

Woman carries foetus inside liver in `exceptionally rare` ectopic pregnancy case

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In bizarre news, a 33-year-old Canadian woman found there was a foetus growing inside of her liver. The news was revealed by the doctor, who diagnosed the strange condition. Talking about this rare medical case, Dr Michael Narvey, paediatrician at Children`s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba in Canada uploaded a video on social media site TikTok. According to NDTV, Dr Narvey said, “I thought I had seen it all: a 33-year-old woman comes in with a 14-day history of menstrual bleeding and 49 days since her last menstrual period. “On examination, what the doctor found was an ectopic pregnancy in […]

What Is Ectopic Pregnancy?: Things To Know About Pregnancy Outside The Uterus | Feminism In India

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is defined as a pregnancy in which the implantation of the fertilised egg occurs outside the uterus. In the process of pregnancy and delivery, after fertilisation, the egg attaches itself within the uterus where it it gestates to term before childbirth. In the case of an ectopic pregnancy, instead of attaching itself within the uterus, the fertilised egg implants itself elsewhere, most frequently in one of the two fallopian tubes or, more rarely, in the abdominal cavity. In about 95 per cent of such cases, the gestation occurs in a fallopian tube and hence, ectopic pregnancy is also called Tubal […]

Baby Discovered Inside Woman’s Liver In ‘Exceptionally Rare’ Ectopic Pregnancy | How Africa News

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A baby has been discovered growing inside a woman’s liver in ‘exceptionally rare’ ectopic pregnancy. Paediatrician Michael Narvey of Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba in Canada who shared the discovery on his TikTok account @nicu_musings, said sometimes babies are seen in the abdomen but never in the liver. He wrote; “I thought I had seen it […] This content was originally published here.

Ectopic pregnancy in liver: Paediatrician shares extremely rare complication on TikTok -Kidspot

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The body sure can do marvelous things. It can also do some pretty weird stuff too.  A paediatrician has shared a video to TikTok, explaining a bizarre ectopic pregnancy that he witnessed, but it wasn’t where you’d expect. Want to join the family? Sign up to our Kidspot newsletter for more stories like this.  Dr Narvey shows the foetus, but it’s not in the uterus. Source: TikTok/nicu_musings. “Where is this ectopic pregnancy?” US paediatrician, Dr Michael Narvey share a video to TikTok showing an ectopic pregnancy that grew inside a woman’s liver. “Where is this ectopic pregnancy? Believe it or not!” he […]

Baby discovered inside woman’s LIVER in ‘exceptionally rare’ ectopic pregnancy

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A BABY was discovered growing inside a woman’s liver in an “extremely rare” ectopic pregnancy, a doctor has revealed. Paediatrician Michael Narvey, of Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba in Canada, revealed the jaw-dropping details of the case. TikTok Surgeons managed to save the life of the woman but the foetus was not viable and the sac had already ruptured[/caption] He wrote online: “I thought I had seen it all – a 33-year-old woman comes in with a 14-day history of menstrual bleeding and 49 days since her last menstrual period. “What they find in the liver is this: a […]

Ultrasound reveals foetus growing in woman’s liver in rare ectopic pregnancy case | 7NEWS

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A foetus was found to be growing inside a woman’s liver in an “extremely rare” ectopic pregnancy case in Canada. The woman had gone for an ultrasound when the shocking discovery was made. Paediatrician Michael Narvey, from the Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba, took to TikTok to explain what had happened. “I thought I had seen it all – a 33-year-old woman comes in with a 14-day history of menstrual bleeding and 49 days since her last menstrual period,” he explains. “What they find in the liver is this: a baby. “She had an ectopic pregnancy in her liver. […]

I was betrayed by boss who sacked me after ectopic pregnancy but I won £17k

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A CHEF has told how she was sacked for taking sick leave while recovering from an ectopic pregnancy – and won £17,000 for unfair dismissal. Hannah Pawley was fired from Hanley’s Restaurant, Driffield, Yorks., after she took three weeks sick leave to recover. 4 4 The restaurant, run by head chef Sean Hanley, refused to pay her the statutory sick leave which she was legally entitled to whilst she was off work, a tribunal ruled. Leeds Employment Tribunal also found that the employer falsified records to hide the fact that she wasn’t being remunerated, which left Hannah unable to claim […]

Dr. Kaufman answers, ‘What is an ectopic pregnancy?’

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Ectopic pregnancy is any fertilized egg that is growing and developing outside of the uterus, or womb. The most common location for ectopic pregnancies to be found is in the fallopian tube, which carries the egg to the uterus after ovulation. Ectopic pregnancies can also be found on the ovary, in the cervix, or elsewhere in the abdominal cavity. Ectopic pregnancies can be very dangerous because, as you might imagine, a baby is not meant to grow outside the uterus. In order for the pregnancy to start to grow, it must have access to a good blood supply. The developing […]

Pregnancy & Baby Charities Network — The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust

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The Pregnancy & Baby Charities Network represents UK charities whose focus is to: reduce the number of babies who die during pregnancy, birth or in the early weeks of life reduce morbidity in newborn babies and improve care for these babies and their parents improve care throughout the path to parenthood; before, during and after … This content was originally published here.