ECTOPIC PREGNANCY REMOVAL

ECTOPIC PREGNANCY REMOVAL

ECTOPIC PREGNANCY REMOVAL

Ectopic pregnancies can be an incredibly heartbreaking experience for women and couples. Ectopic pregnancies are a form of pregnancy in which the fertilised egg implants somewhere other than the uterus, typically in the fallopian tubes or abdomen. Unfortunately, ectopic pregnancies cannot continue to full-term, so removal is critical to save a woman’s life and future fertility prospects.

Signs of ectopic pregnancy may include:

  • Pelvic pain
  • Irregular vaginal bleeding
  • Tenderness in the abdomen and shoulder pain
  • Dizziness from internal bleeding.

An ectopic pregnancy test via a physical exam and ultrasound imaging can confirm the condition. Ectopic pregnancies are often discovered at five to eight weeks gestation, however, some women detect signs earlier.

Ectopic pregnancy removal can be completed via:

  • Medication: For specific types of ectopic pregnancies, a single dose of medicine can stop the development of the fetus and eliminate pregnancy hormones from the body, making it easier for the fallopian tube and any other damaged organs to heal. This type of treatment will be dependent on how far along the fetus is and the location. Your doctor will advise if this option suits your specific case. 
  • Ectopic Pregnancy Surgery: Ectopic pregnancy surgery uses minimally invasive laparoscopic techniques to remove either only the baby formation or both baby formation and damaged areas within the fallopian tube.

Recovering from an ectopic pregnancy can be mentally, emotionally and physically challenging. Counseling is recommended for women, couples and families to help navigate the grief many patients feel. In Australia, medical care and support networks exist to help women and couples move forward after this challenging experience.

As a leading expert in removing ectopic pregnancies and early complex pregnancy counseling, Dr Dan combines technological advances with deep compassion for his patient’s physical and emotional needs. Schedule your private consultation today.

Ectopic pregnancies can be an incredibly heartbreaking experience for women and couples. Ectopic pregnancies are a form of pregnancy in which the fertilised egg implants somewhere other than the uterus, typically in the fallopian tubes or abdomen. Unfortunately, ectopic pregnancies cannot continue to full-term, so removal is critical to save a woman’s life and future fertility prospects.

Signs of ectopic pregnancy may include:

  • Pelvic pain
  • Irregular vaginal bleeding
  • Tenderness in the abdomen and shoulder pain
  • Dizziness from internal bleeding.

An ectopic pregnancy test via a physical exam and ultrasound imaging can confirm the condition. Ectopic pregnancies are often discovered at five to eight weeks gestation, however, some women detect signs earlier.

Ectopic pregnancy removal can be completed via:

  • Medication: For specific types of ectopic pregnancies, a single dose of medicine can stop the development of the fetus and eliminate pregnancy hormones from the body, making it easier for the fallopian tube and any other damaged organs to heal. This type of treatment will be dependent on how far along the fetus is and the location. Your doctor will advise if this option suits your specific case. 
  • Ectopic Pregnancy Surgery: Ectopic pregnancy surgery uses minimally invasive laparoscopic techniques to remove either only the baby formation or both baby formation and damaged areas within the fallopian tube.

Recovering from an ectopic pregnancy can be mentally, emotionally and physically challenging. Counseling is recommended for women, couples and families to help navigate the grief many patients feel. In Australia, medical care and support networks exist to help women and couples move forward after this challenging experience.

As a leading expert in removing ectopic pregnancies and early complex pregnancy counseling, Dr Dan combines technological advances with deep compassion for his patient’s physical and emotional needs. Schedule your private consultation today.

Ectopic pregnancies can be an incredibly heartbreaking experience for women and couples. Ectopic pregnancies are a form of pregnancy in which the fertilised egg implants somewhere other than the uterus, typically in the fallopian tubes or abdomen. Unfortunately, ectopic pregnancies cannot continue to full-term, so removal is critical to save a woman’s life and future fertility prospects.

Signs of ectopic pregnancy may include:

  • Pelvic pain
  • Irregular vaginal bleeding
  • Tenderness in the abdomen and shoulder pain
  • Dizziness from internal bleeding.

An ectopic pregnancy test via a physical exam and ultrasound imaging can confirm the condition. Ectopic pregnancies are often discovered at five to eight weeks gestation, however, some women detect signs earlier.

Ectopic pregnancy removal can be completed via:

  • Medication: For specific types of ectopic pregnancies, a single dose of medicine can stop the development of the fetus and eliminate pregnancy hormones from the body, making it easier for the fallopian tube and any other damaged organs to heal. This type of treatment will be dependent on how far along the fetus is and the location. Your doctor will advise if this option suits your specific case. 
  • Ectopic Pregnancy Surgery: Ectopic pregnancy surgery uses minimally invasive laparoscopic techniques to remove either only the baby formation or both baby formation and damaged areas within the fallopian tube.

Recovering from an ectopic pregnancy can be mentally, emotionally and physically challenging. Counseling is recommended for women, couples and families to help navigate the grief many patients feel. In Australia, medical care and support networks exist to help women and couples move forward after this challenging experience.

As a leading expert in removing ectopic pregnancies and early complex pregnancy counseling, Dr Dan combines technological advances with deep compassion for his patient’s physical and emotional needs. Schedule your private consultation today.

Empowering healthcare for women.

Hearing, healing and hope.
Empowering healthcare for women. Hearing, healing and hope.

Empowering healthcare for women. Hearing, healing and hope.

PRACTICE LOCATIONS

Dr Dan’s consulting and operating locations are conveniently located for easy accessibility.

Parking is available at all times.

Inner West Endometriosis Specialist

CONSULTATIONS

The Sydney Private Hospital
63 Victoria Street,
Ashfield NSW 2131

13 Lachlan Street
Liverpool NSW 2170

SURGERIES

Macquarie University Hospital

Westmead Private Hospital

Kareena Private Hospital

PRACTICE LOCATIONS

Dr Dan’s consulting and operating locations are conveniently located for easy accessibility.

Parking is available at all times.

Inner West Endometriosis Specialist

CONSULTATIONS

The Sydney Private Hospital
63 Victoria Street,
Ashfield NSW 2131

13 Lachlan Street
Liverpool NSW 2170

SURGERIES

Macquarie University Hospital

Westmead Private Hospital

Kareena Private Hospital

PRACTICE
LOCATIONS

Dr Dan’s consulting and operating locations are conveniently located for easy accessibility.

Parking is available at all times.

CONSULTATIONS

The Sydney Private Hospital
63 Victoria Street,
Ashfield NSW 2131

13 Lachlan Street
Liverpool NSW 2170

SURGERIES

Macquarie University Hospital

Westmead Private Hospital

Kareena Private Hospital

Inner West Endometriosis Specialist