Journal of Clinical Case Reports

ISSN: 2165-7920

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Bilateral Ruptured Ectopic Pregnancies with Massive Hemo-Peritonium: A Case Report in a Resource-Low Setting in Sub-Saharan Africa


Gael D

Background: Bilateral ruptured ectopic pregnancy is the rupture of two implanted product of conception outside of the uterine cavity. Bilateral ruptured ectopic pregnancy without an initial induction of ovulation is extremely rare. It’s occurrence with a major life threatening complication such as massive hemo-peritonium worsens the prognosis. Immediate diagnosis and surgical intervention is required. Few cases have been identified. Case report: We report the case of bilateral ruptured ectopic pregnancy with massive hemo-peritonium diagnosed in a 28-year- old female and managed at African Genesis Health Clinic Yaoundé. Discussion and Conclusion: prompt diagnosis and surgical intervention is needed to improve the prognosis related to bilateral ruptured ectopic pregnancies with massive hemo-peritonium. Counseling for assisted means of procreation is important.


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