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This condition is characterized by the attachment of a fertilized egg outside the uterus. There are a few locations in which the egg can become implanted; most common is the uterus tubes and abdominal cavity. Most of the ectopic pregnancies occur in the fallopian tube and therefore known as tubal pregnancies. The fallopian tubes are narrow, and their design does not suit a growing embryo, thus, the fertilized egg cannot develop properly therefore this requires medical attention. 1 out of 50 pregnancies are ectopic ones according to research. There can be more than one cause of ectopic pregnancy, this includes scar tissue from previous infection or surgical treatment that can also impede egg’s movement, abnormal growths or abnormality in tubes, and infection or inflammation of fallopian tubes can cause blockage, maternal age of 35-44, previous history of ectopic pregnancy, taking contraceptive pills and several induced abortions
The measurement of hCG and progesterone levels are used to diagnose, as low levels of hCG and progesterone indicate the Ectopic pregnancy, If such pregnancy is detected at early stage then the Methotrexate is given as a treatment which allows the body to absorb the pregnancy tissue. Otherwise, laparoscopy or laprotomy is done to repair or remove the fallopian tube. After an ectopic pregnancy, the chances of having a successful pregnancy is reduced but it depends on the reasons why the ectopic pregnancy occurred in the first place, and patient’s medical history. If the fallopian tubes are in place and functional then there is 60% chance of successful pregnancy in future. The Patient need to get her hCG level checked on regular basis until its zero if the entire fallopian tube was not removed. Ectopic pregnancy causes pregnancy complications. The pregnant woman can experience severe abdominal pain, bleeding through vagina, weakness, dizziness and fainting.
Eczema is a skin rash that generally shows up before age 5. In children it tends to appear on the cheeks and scalp; however, it might spread to the arms, legs, trunk, or different parts of the body. Following a new-born’s first year, it’s expected to appear on the internal parts of the elbows, the backs of the knees, the wrists, and the lower legs. Skin inflammation commonly spreads in all directions. It isn’t infectious, but it can be exceptionally difficult and uncomfortable for the child they may also have the urge to scratch as it can be itchy but scratching makes it worse.
Quite common in new-borns, irritability and constant fussing by the baby may indicate an ear infection. Most often it’s due to a bacterial or viral infection. Ear infections are most often accompanied with fever as a result of body’s immune system fighting the infection. Babies are more prone to ear infections due to shorter length of ear tubes and a relatively less developed immune system. Infections can be checked using an otoscope (device used to view ear).