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Diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy
requires a positive pregnancy test, abdominal pain
and pv bleeding.
Though there is an increased risk of ectopic pregnancy in persons who had a previous history of sexually transmitted infections, in the absence of bleeding it is unlikely.
It is normal to experience some small amount of discomfort in pregnancy.
If the pain intensifies or you experience any bleeding then you need to visit your doctor to be assessed as soon as possible.
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