Even if you are considering abortion it is important that you first have a limited ultrasound. Over 30% of all pregnancies, even when the test is positive, do not develop into a viable fetus. The limited ultrasound can show if the fetus is in the uterus and if its heart is beating. The limited ultrasound can also reveal if the pregnancy is likely ectopic. Ectopic pregnancies occur when a fertilized egg does not make it out of the fallopian tube. This can cause the tube to rupture as the embryo grows. This is a life-threatening condition which requires immediate medical attention.
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