An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy that occurs outside the womb (uterus). It is life-threatening to the mother. In most pregnancies, the fertilized egg travels through the fallopian tube to the womb (uterus).
If the movement of the egg is blocked or slowed through the tubes, it can lead to an ectopic pregnancy.
The following symptoms have also been reported:Painful fetal movements (in the case of advanced abdominal pregnancy),Dizziness or weakness,Fever. Diagnosis and Treatment: In a normal pregnancy, the β-HCG level doubles every 48-72 hours until it reaches 10,000-20,000mIU/mL.