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Laparoscopic surgery for ectopic pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   I HAD AN EPTIOC PREGANCY AND MY TUBES ARE NOW TIRED AND I WAS TOLD BY THE DOCTORS THAT IN ORDER 4 ME TO HAVE KIDS THAT THEY WOULD HAVE 2 DO SOME TYPE OF SURGEY AND I 4 GOT THE NAME OF THE SURGEY DO U KNOW
User :   HELLO
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   hello
User :   I HAD AN EPTIOC PREGANCY AND MY TUBES ARE NOW TIRED AND I WAS TOLD BY THE DOCTORS THAT IN ORDER 4 ME TO HAVE KIDS THAT THEY WOULD HAVE 2 DO SOME TYPE OF SURGEY AND I 4 GOT THE NAME OF THE SURGEY DO U KNOW
Doctor :   laparoscopic
Doctor :   procedure is it?
Doctor :   there are many procedures done
User :   wha do they that have 2 do
Doctor :   ok i can explain the procedure but it will take a few minutes is it ok?
User :   yes
Doctor :   The aim of the operation is to stop your bleeding by removing your ectopic pregnancy. Ideally, we only remove the pregnancy, although we may have to remove part or all of your Fallopian tube. The earlier your ectopic pregnancy is dealt with, the greater the chance of saving your Fallopian tube.
Doctor :   once finished reading please say yes so that i can continue to explain

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