Treatment of an ectopic pregnancy should occur in a hospital setting.It is mandatory to surgery to remove the gestational sac and repair damaged fallopian tubes.
In situations where bleeding is life threatening, the operation is performed by laparotomy, ieby opening the abdominal membranes.However, even in cases where open surgery is possible to recover a damaged fallopian tube with the help of modern microsurgical technique that gives her hope for the subsequent resumption of fertility and the onset of a normal pregnancy.
If the early stages of ectopic pregnancy diagnosed , then perhaps surgery by laparoscopy, iehandling through a small hole in diameter one - two cm with a fiber-optic instrument - a laparoscope.In this type of surgery is practically no injury to surrounding organs and tissue, severe bleeding is eliminated, reducing the risk of postoperative scarring and adhesions.Sometimes using a laparoscope turns "suck" fertilized egg on the princ
the treatment of cervical pregnancy is sometimes necessary to remove the uterus.Attempts were also made of non-surgical treatment of ectopic pregnancy with drugs that cause rejection properly implanted ovum.However, while these results are promising, the method of treatment of an ectopic pregnancy is not yet widely used.
favorable completion of the treatment of ectopic pregnancy and its impact depends on the timeliness in correct diagnosis.At the time surgical treatment, and filling occurred hemorrhage forecast the completion of treatment is very favorable.
prevention of ectopic pregnancy includes detection and treatment existing inflammatory diseases of the genital organs, as well as irregularities in the functioning of the ovaries.You should use effective contraceptive methods in order to avoid further abortions.
There is a need in the passage of restorative (rehabilitation) treatment for each woman who received the treatment of ectopic pregnancy .This rehabilitation involves performing anti-inflammatory drugs (including physiotherapy), and protection against pregnancy for six months, with the use of hormonal contraceptives in the absence of contraindications to their use.