Birth of a healthy baby from abdominal pregnancy, a rare event: A case report

Authors

  • Nahreen Akhtar Fetomaternal Medicine Wing, Department of Obs & Gynae, BSMMU
  • Firoza Begum Fetomaternal Medicine Wing, Department of Obs & Gynae, BSMMU
  • Tabassum Parveen Fetomaternal Medicine Wing, Department of Obs & Gynae, BSMMU
  • Syeda Sayeeda Department of Obs & Gynae, BSMMU
  • Sabina Karim Paediatric Haematology & Oncology, BSMMU

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3329/bsmmuj.v9i1.28953

Keywords:

Abdominal pregnancy, Hemorrhage

Abstract

Abdominal pregnancy is a rare form of ectopic pregnancy with very high morbidity and mortality for both the mother and the fetus. Diagnosis and management can pose some difficulties especially in low resource centres. High index of suspi­cious is vital in making prompt diagnosis in such situations. A young lady of 30 years presented with 2nd gravida at 31 wks pregnancy with pain in the whole abdomen having loose motion admitted in Dept of Obs and Gynae BSMMU. She was diagnosed as a case of 31 wks pregnancy with gastroenteritis. She was treated conservatively according to advice of gastroenterologist and was discharged after improvement. Patient was readmitted again with pervaginal watery discharge. Decision for cesarean section was taken because of transverse lie, fetal growth restriction with severe oligohydramnios. After opening the abdomen, abdominal pregnancy was diagnosed. Following delivery of the baby significant bleeding started which was secured with ligature. Placenta was kept in situ. Mother and baby were discharged healthy on fourteenth postoperative day.

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Author Biography

Nahreen Akhtar, Fetomaternal Medicine Wing, Department of Obs & Gynae, BSMMU

 

 

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Published

2016-07-28

How to Cite

Akhtar, N., Begum, F., Parveen, T., Sayeeda, S., & Karim, S. (2016). Birth of a healthy baby from abdominal pregnancy, a rare event: A case report. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University Journal, 9(1), 71–74. https://doi.org/10.3329/bsmmuj.v9i1.28953

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