Ectopic Pregnancy Symptoms – Implantation Bleeding?

on Jul 15, 2015

by Alyssia Granger

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When an ectopic pregnancy occurs, the embryo will implant somewhere in the body other than in the uterus. This will cause many symptoms to occur.

When an ectopic pregnancy occurs, the embryo will implant somewhere in the body other than in the uterus. This will cause many symptoms to occur. One of the most common symptoms that occur is strong pain in the abdomen, usually on one side or the other. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Sometimes, this pain could be accompanied with light bleeding, which can be mistaken for implantation bleeding. However, it is also possible for a great deal of vaginal bleeding to take place as well. Nausea and vomiting are also common with an ectopic pregnancy and can be accompanied with dizziness or weakness.

With an ectopic pregnancy, it is most common for the embryo to implant in the fallopian tube. This could cause swelling in the tube, which could lead to rupture of the fallopian tube. If this occurs, a great deal of pain or internal bleeding could be the results, which can lead to fainting.

The best thing that a woman can do if she is having these symptoms is to visit the hospital immediately. Unfortunately, it is not possible to save an ectopic pregnancy. The embryo will not be able to survive outside of the womb and removal will be necessary. It is also possible for the woman to miscarry an ectopic pregnancy without realizing it.

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Alyssia is mom to 2 giggley twin girls, Sophia and Emma, and son Hunter. She's a Southern girl, passionate about photography, travel and her husband Josh.

  • Anastasia

    Hello, I’m curious to know what others think. I’m 18 almost 19 and I believe I am pregnant. I have an irregular cycle, but it’s been roughly 30 days the pas few months. In the month of October my period was non existent. I took a pregnancy test and it was negative. But I had been experiencing headaches and nausea, not at the same time. Thursday, my fiancé and I had protected sex. For the past three days I’ve been unable to turn over in bed or move my head suddenly without the world and everything in it spinning. It’s eased up a little this morning but it’s still there. I went to the bathroom this morning (monday) and I’m spotting, some of it pinkish and some of it a little red swirl in discharge. I’ve also experienced very mild cramping, but I usually cramp a few days before my period. I’m also constantly tired and hungry pretty often.

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