Question about Ectopic pregnancyI have a septate uterus, what are my chances of an ectopic pregnancy? Also, does an ectopic pregnancy produce positive urine hcg tests?
Ectopic pregnancy has an incidence of 1 in 80 pregnancies. A septate uterus is associated with ectopic pregnancy and recurrent miscarriage, preterm birth and breech babies.
An ectopic pregnancy does produce a postive urine test so an early scan is advised.
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