Ectopic pregnancy is a grave complication of pregnancy with various clinical presentations. In spite of advances in the field of TVS and beta HCG it still has a high rate of maternal morbidity and mortality.
Aims and objective: To evaluate clinical presentation in case of ectopic pregnancy.
Material and method: The study conducted is a retrospective study in cases of ectopic pregnancy done in Department of Obst & Gynae PCMS &RC Bhopal over a period of 5 years, from Sept 2007-Sept 2012. The criteria analyzed were age, parity, clinical presentation acute or chronic, ruptured and Unruptured.
Results: Out of 71 cases of ectopic pregnancy, age group of patient 18-20 years- 8.45% 21-25years- 36.61%, 26-3O years-35.21%, 31-35years 9.85%, age group 36-40 years 9.85% of ectopic found. Out of which 70.4% were multipara. The cases presenting as ruptured pregnancy were 57.74% and unruptured were 30.98% Chronic unruptured ectopic pregnancy were 8.45% and chronic ruptured were 2.81%.
Conclusion: High index of suspicion for diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy in reproductive age group helps in early intervention. Thus it can reduce the maternal morbidity and mortality.
Study Design: Observational Study.