Preservation of the ovulation ducts for people with anal pregnancy

The article was consulted professionally by Specialist I Le Thi Phuong – Obstetrics and Gynecology Department – Share99 Ha Long International Health Hub. Dr. Le Thi Phuong has 29 years of experience in obstetrics and gynecology.

The ovulation tube is the spawning agency that plays an important role in the course of pregnancy. The tube works to help move fertilized eggs in the ovaries to the uterus for nesting and development. Therefore, the preservation of the ovulation ducts for women with an extra-intra-uterus pregnancy has a sense of survival in maintaining fertility.

1. What are the ducts?

The ovulation tube, also known as the proboscis of the uterus, is a woman's genitals. In the body of the woman there are 2 ovulation ducts, each with a length of 9-12 cm. The ovoped ovation is through the uterus and ovaries.

The role of the ovop is to move the fertilized egg in the ovaries to the uterus for nesting and to develop into an embryo. Since the egg cannot move on its own, the ovulation tube with cilia system makes the transport process easier. If the inflamed ovulation leave scars that affect the movement of eggs and sperm. Fertilized eggs that cannot move to the uterus will lead to an extra-intra-uteruspregnancy , causing many potentially dangerous complications if not detected and treated early.

2. What is an extra-intra-uterus pregnancy?

Normal conception position at 1⁄3 outside the ovulation tube (glossy segment of the ovulation tube). Eggs after fertilization will move to the uterus for nesting and fetal development. For some reason the egg moves slowly or cannot move to the uterus before the egg develops into an embryo and forms the placenta. The fetal sac that has developed into an embryo and has a placenta will adhere to the city of the ovulation tube, nesting in the ovulation tube called the phenomenon of an extra-intra-uterus pregnancy. Due to the endopular structure of the ovopies unlike the endoratome increases the risk of bleeding and rupture of the ovulation tube as the size of the fetal mass grows.

The high risk of having an extra-intra-uterus occurs in women with pelvic inflammation, inflammation of the ovulation, a history of extra-intra-uterus pregnancy,a history of abortion . In addition, there are a number of other factors such as smoking, substance use, having sex with multiple sexual girlfriends or having sex at such a young age as a teenager.

Preservation of the ovulation ducts

High risk of having an extra-intra-uterus occurs in women with a history of abortion

3. Subjects applying the method of preserving the ovulation ducts

Conservative treatment of the ovopian tubes in the intra-uterus is applied on female subjects:

  • Overdue medical treatment
  • Desire to get pregnant next time
  • Women who haven't had a baby before
  • History of surgery of previous removal of one side of the ovulation tube

4. Surgery to preserve the ovopian tubes with an intra-uterus pregnancy

Conservative treatment of the ovopian tubes is carried out by open abdominal surgery or laparoscopic surgery. However, nowadays with many outstanding advantages, laparoscopic surgery receives more options of patients.

Surgery is carried out through the following steps in turn:

  • Longitudinal dissection surgery on the free bank of the ovulation tube removes the fetal mass and placenta
  • Hemost bleeding at the site of the fetus just removed by bipolar electricity
  • Stitching up the surgical position to help patients preserve the ducts to get pregnant later

After surgery, patients continue to be prescribed coordinated treatment with 1 dose of intramuscular Methotrexate and monitor beta hCG until no longer or below 5mUI/ml. Usually this index returns to normal after 12-14 days from the date of surgery.

5. Complications after surgery to preserve the ducts

Preservation of the ovulation ducts

Surgery is considered successful when the patient is capable of pregnancy in the uterus, without recurrence of an extra-intra-uterus pregnancy

Conservative treatment of the ovulation has a success rate of 75-90%. Complications such as incision bleeding, fever, infection can occur for patients with poor hygiene. However, an operation is evaluated as successful when the person is capable of pregnancy in the uterus, without recurrence of an extra-intra-uterus pregnancy. That is when the proboscis of the uterus has been completely ventilated, which facilitates the fertilized egg to move to the uterus. Surgical complications that miss or do not remove the part of the fetus in the ovulation tube rarely occur.

6. Monitoring of patients with surgical preservation of the ducts

Monitoring patients after surgically preserving the ovulation helps to assess the ability to restore and the degree of circulation of the ovulation tube. Therefore, the patient is prescribed a uterus scan – the ovulation tube has a bumper pump into the uterus through the vaginal reclining. The test is in place to assess abnormalities in the uterus and ovulation tubes through photo-resistance imaging taken after pumping the drug. The best time for a uterus scan – the ovulation tube is on the 8th – 10th day from the day of the first menstruation, after 3 months from the day of surgery. Based on the level of fluorescent ingestion in the ovulation ducts, it evaluates the ability to circulation from clogged, semi-clogged to good communication.

7. Recurrent intra-intra-uterus contraception

In order to plan well for the next pregnancy, minimize the risk of an extrapyose pregnancy again, the woman needs to perform:

  • Examination, detection and treatment of inflammatory diseases at the genital and reproduction
  • Use safe contraception to avoid pregnancy within 6 months to 1 year after surgery

Preservation of the ovulation ducts

Use safe contraception to avoid pregnancy within 6 months to 1 year after surgery
  • For women who are pregnant again, it is necessary to go for regular health checks especially to determine where the pregnancy is located in the uterus.

Pre-birth screening helps pregnant women detect pregnancy complications early for timely intervention. Department of Fetal Medicine – Share99 International Health Hub is the first unit in the North to deploy a 1-door pre-maternity clinic (OSCAR) to provide a comprehensive screening package for 12-week pregnant women. The clinic returns results quickly on the day of the examination and the screening is carried out.

The Faculty of Fetal Medicine has successfully implemented advanced pre-birth screening methods, helping to screen for complications for obstetrics and gynecology; Timely detection and intervention of some fetal abnormalities such as an extra-intra-uterus pregnancy from very early weeks of pregnancy.

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SEE MORE:

  • Is inflammation of the proopulsian tubes dangerous? Common complications
  • Methods of treatment of inflammation of the ovate
  • Inflammation of the ovulation and risk of infertility

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