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Extreme pain during periods, diagnosed with ruptured tube, operation done. Will menstrual bleeding cause tube rupture?

hi just a few days back a cousin of mine was havin periods sudenly she was rolling with pain she was rushed to hospital where they said one of her tube is ruptured and she was operated n a tube was removed the doc said it was a clot she was really serious n fainted on the way im a dentist n i cant understand can menstrual bleeding cause a tube rupture it wasnt ectopic pregnancy what could b the possible cause?
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Hi.. Normally menstrual bleeding will not cause tube rupture.. Most of the times it will be ectopic pregnancy which will cause tube rupture... It patient is married, then this could be a cause... other causes are like TB of fallopian tube, cysts in the tube.. which could rupture...

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