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Scan report showed presence of POD fluid. Is it ectopic pregnancy?

I had pains on my left lower abdomen down to my pelvic so I went 4 a scan an a pregnancy test . the test says positive and a mass was found near the cervix with dimensions 36*29mm. A collection of POD fluid of 13.4cm was also noticed. The dr says he suspects an ectopic pregnancy . I want to know if the growth of d pregnancy cannot be stopped also is it okay to have a collection of POD fluid?? Pls reply.
Asked On : Thu, 7 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
An ectopic pregnancy, if suspected on ultrasound, can be confirmed by B HCG measurement and doubling time.
Also, if it fits the criteria of medical management, it can be terminated by injection methotrexate, otherwise it requires surgical removal of the ectopic pregnancy.
I need to have complete details of the USG report to comment further.
please follow the advice given by your doctor, as the fluid in the POD is definitely excessive and having 13. 4 cm fluid is not normal.
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 7 Feb 2013
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