Journal of Womens Health, Issues and Care ISSN: 2325-9795

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Post-Date Extrauterine Abdominal Pregnancy in a Rhesus Negative Nullipara with Successful Outcome: A Case Report

Post-Date Extrauterine Abdominal Pregnancy in a Rhesus Negative Nullipara with Successful Outcome: A Case Report

Abdominal pregnancy is becoming a nightmare to many obstetricians and it represents just about 1% of ectopic pregnancies. Since its first report in 1708, copious cases have been published subsequently. The diagnosis is usually intricate except if there are complications such as abdominal pain and haemorrhage. Maternal mortality and morbidity are also very high principally if the condition is not diagnosed and managed appropriately. By and large, abdominal pregnancies do not attain to or go beyond 37 weeks of gestation.

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