If there's no placental tissue in the uterus, treat for ectopic pregnancy
The primary outcome was uncomplicated pregnancy
defined as a "normotensive pregnancy
, delivered at more than 37 weeks resulting in a live born baby who was not small for gestational age and did not have any other significant pregnancy
A proportion of women undergo a TVS, and still the location of the pregnancy
cannot be identified.
Major Finding: Pregnancy
-associated breast cancer is associated with a 46% increased risk of death and a 59% greater relapse risk than breast cancer unrelated to pregnancy
Between 1995 and 2008, pregnancy
rates declined by 17% in both developed regions (from 108 to 90 per 1,000) and developing areas (from 173 to 143).
Weakness, dizziness, or fainting can occur when the ectopic pregnancy
has started bleeding inside.
If a woman had pre-eclampsia in her second pregnancy
only, then her risk is 15% for her third pregnancy
The case reported here demonstrates the occurrence of a rare form of abdominal pregnancy
--an omental pregnancy
which was primarily implanted on the gastrocolic ligament.
In 1995, the Institute of Medicine report The Best Intentions: Unintended Pregnancy
and the Well-Being of Children and Families (1) focused national attention on unintended pregnancy
and provided additional support to Washington State's efforts to expand access to family planning.
The Th2 response during pregnancy
results in vigorous antibody-mediated immunity to pathogens (2).
Sixty-seven percent of women with live births had at least one ultrasound during their pregnancy
in 2003 compared to 48 percent in 1989.
These findings are eye-opening, suggesting that elevated cortisol levels in early pregnancy
[pose] a nearly complete threat to the pregnancy
continuing," says endocrinologist David H.