Ectopic Pregnancy

How do I recognize abdominal pain due to ectopic pregnancy? | Mom Answers | BabyCenter

3 out of 4 found this helpful I knew cos I experienced pain in the womb area, not the bladder or the rectum. The pain is to one side and if I landed too heavy on my feet I felt something bounced inside. The pain for me was on and off but one day it was so bad that I collapsed and just couldn t get up. I was 6 to 7 weeks. Hope this helps. posted 11/16/2013 by KateBev Report answer Was this answer helpful? Yes | No Thank you!


1 out of 1 found this helpful I had an ectopic pregnancy last year 11/09 and all I can say is that the pain was the most excruciation, unbearable pain I've ever experienced. It started as light bleeding, then went to heavy, then went to cramping and horrible pains that just wouldn't stop. I literally couldn't sit, stand or lie down. I kept telling my doctor something was wrong, but they kept sending me home. Finally, I couldn't take it anymore and my hubby took me to the ER. It was frustrating because they couldn't find what was wrong at first. They couldn't find the fetus on an ultrasound, yet I was still showing positive. Pain meds didn't even touch the pain and I finally had emergency surgery to see if it was ectopic. Sure enough, it had traveled up the tube just far enough to where it was hidden, but they were able to cut some of the tube. If you feel any pain that doesn't seem right or normal, calls the docs and head to ER. The good news: in one week I get to give birth to my son! I can't wait! posted 12/06/2010 by mbcpiglet Report answer Was this answer helpful? Yes | No Thank you!


1 out of 1 found this helpful In my experience with ectopic, it was a relatively constant stabbing pain in my left side about parrallel with the top of my hip. I also showed early due to the swelling in my tube. I got it taken care of quiet early, but it if is left for a while you may get pains up under your ribs and shoulder blades on the side of the ectopic. posted 11/03/2010 by Chase's love Report answer Was this answer helpful? Yes | No Thank you!


1 out of 1 found this helpful The early pains of ectopic pregnancy may not be detectable because these can also be attributed to normal early pregnancy discomforts. Any pain that is severe and persists for over a day should be checked out. If the pain is accompanied by raceing heart beat, faintess, and a cool clamy feeling you should call 911 or go to the nearest ER immediately. Pregnancy symptoms can be so difficult to read! I always consult my doc. with anything that bothers me and this helps greatly. posted 11/03/2010 by Erin151 Report answer Was this answer helpful? Yes | No Thank you!


1 out of 1 found this helpful Prolonged posted 08/07/2015 by a BabyCenter Member Report answer Was this answer helpful? Yes | No Thank you!


0 out of 0 found this helpful When I was 4 wks plus the pain came on and off but after another wk past the pain was prolong and had to go to hospital before it burst posted 11/15/2014 by juliejulie19431 Report answer Was this answer helpful? Yes | No Thank you!


0 out of 0 found this helpful I had an epic pregnancy 2 yrs ago and was made to have 2 of the ejections because I was also had a baby in my womb me and my partner have been trying for over a yr now to have a baby but no luck could there be something wrong posted 11/15/2014 by juliejulie19431 Report answer Was this answer helpful? Yes | No Thank you!


0 out of 0 found this helpful My pain comes and goes but stops me dead in my tracks , it feels like my pelvic bone is going to crack....lasts about 15 min. posted 12/19/2013 by iluvkantosky Report answer Was this answer helpful? Yes | No Thank you!


0 out of 0 found this helpful Yes posted 12/19/2013 by iluvkantosky Report answer Was this answer helpful? Yes | No Thank you!


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