Ectopic Pregnancy

Ectopic pregnancy is a condition where a fertilized egg is implanted outside uterus in a female body. Ectopic means “misplaced”. In ectopic pregnancy, a fertilized egg can be settled in cervix, fallopian tubs, abdomen, or ovaries. Ectopic pregnancy is most commonly called ‘tubal pregnancy’ because most of the times egg settles in the fallopian tubes. …

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Chronic hypertension during pregnancy

Chronic hypertension is a medical condition when your blood pressure rises to 140/90 or higher before pregnancy or before 20 weeks of pregnancy. Hypertension is caused due to high blood pressure. Some women already have high blood pressure when they become pregnant while some develop during pregnancy. The hypertension developed during pregnancy is called gestational …

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Risk factors present before pregnancy

There are certain physical and social risk factors, problems of previous pregnancies, and certain pre-existing disorders in women before they become pregnant, which may pose problems during pregnancy and subsequent deliveries. Physical characteristics such as age, weight, and height of women also have an effect in the risks involved in pregnancy. Young mothers in age …

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