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Tube removal due to ruptured tubal pregnancy. Severe blood loss. Having bad headaches. Should be concerned?

My daughter just had a tubal pregnancy that ruptured. then had her left tube removed in emergency surgery 4 days after rupture. 466 cc of blood were removed. She is now having severe headaches . 1 1/2 days after surgery was first then every 12 hours since ... she is in the middle of her 3rd severe headache now. She does not usually have headaches.
Asked On : Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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Thanks for posting your query.

Please take her back to the hospital and get her blood pressure checked. In addition, a check on the medicines that she is taking now is required. Headache is a common side effect of many drugs. Also, if there was a spinal anesthesia used for the surgery, it is bound to cause Hypotension and headache in the post operative days.

Please make her drink more fluids.

I wish her quick recovery.

Answered: Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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