Monday, July 6, 2020

There are two bars in the urine test, don't be happy first, rule out such a situation is really pregnant

Are the double bars really pregnant? of course. There is a kind of fake pregnancy called ectopic pregnancy, which is much more dangerous than pregnancy. There have been cases of women almost losing their lives due to massive bleeding from ectopic pregnancy. This shows how necessary it is to rule out ectopic pregnancy in time after a urine test.

What is ectopic pregnancy?

As the name implies, fertilized eggs are not uterine but implanted outside the uterus is called ectopic pregnancy. Where will the implantation site of the fertilized egg be outside the uterus? The vast majority is in the fallopian tube. In order to illustrate what is ectopic pregnancy, let us first look at the "travel" route of fertilized eggs.

Stand on your feet and extend your arms. If you compare our torso to the uterus, the arms on both sides are equivalent to the fallopian tubes on both sides. At the end of the fallopian tubes are the two ovaries, which we express with a fist. After the ovary discharges the egg, if the men and women are in the same room at this time, the sperm will also enter the fallopian tube and combine with the egg, and then become a fertilized egg, which swims from the fallopian tube to the uterus, that is, from the wrist to our torso. If there is no obstruction along the way, the fertilized egg will easily reach the uterus and camp, but if it encounters an obstacle, the fertilized egg will stop on the way and try to settle down halfway.

How does the fertilized egg settle down? Just like Xiaomiao takes root, it will deeply penetrate into the body. The place where it settles down is the uterus. The inner wall of the uterus is thick. Because the fallopian tubes are very thin. If the fertilized egg is "rooted" when the fallopian tube is punctured, it is easy to cause bleeding accidents. If it is at the weakest uterine horn (that is, the junction of the uterus and fallopian tube), it is easy to cause heavy bleeding and cause a serious accident.

How do I rule out ectopic pregnancy after I know I am pregnant?

Calculate the date of pregnancy from the first day of the last official holiday. If you find out that it is forty days after pregnancy, you can go directly to the hospital to do B-ultrasound and check the location of the gestational sac through B-ultrasound. Yes, a blood test is needed to check the HCG value. If the HCG value can be doubled the next day, it can almost rule out ectopic pregnancy.

Some women with ectopic pregnancy have reactions and some do not. If they happen to catch up with the holiday, they have abdominal pain and bleeding, and some may even mistake it as a normal phenomenon during menstruation. This is the danger of it. . If the pregnancy is happening and there is vague abdominal pain and brown or slight bleeding, check whether the parallel bars are first, and then go to the hospital for a B-ultrasound or blood test to check the HCG value to rule out ectopic pregnancy.

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