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Baby growing within the tube. Any suggestions ?

HI DGO DOCTOR, MY WIFE IS PREGENANT NOW 50 DAYS HAD BEEN COMPLETED , SHE GOT A STOMACH PAIN LAST WEEK,WE WENT TO NEAR BY DGO DOCTOR, SHE GAVE A INJECTION AFTER THAT SHE GOT NORMAL,TODAY MY WIFE WENT TO SEE HER FAMILY DOCTOR,SHE MADE SCANNIG AND INFORMED THAT BABY MAY IN TUBE & INFORMED TO COME BY NEXT WEEK, I CANT UNDER STAND PROPERLY, WEATHER THERE WILL BE ANY PROBLEM TO MY WIFE & BABY , EXPLAIN & PLEASE GIVE YOUR KIND SUGGECTION.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Hi Sailesh
there are two types of pregnancy-
Intrauterie pregnancy means normal pregnancy
Second one-Extrauterine-it may be in tube,ovary or abdomen
Extrauterine(tubal pregancy) is very dangerous,in this,foetus does not grow & if,it ruptures,mother may even die due to haemorrhagic shock.
In tubal pregnancy,there is no scope of (May be),it should be either Yes or No.
So,consult your Gynaecologist & conform,whether there is intrauterine or extrauterine pregnancy.
All The Best
Answered: Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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