Dr Sobia Rafiq, Dr Muhammad Saleem, Dr Muhammad Zain Ul Abideen Roy
Ectopic pregnancy is the complication of pregnancy in which the product of conception implants outside the uterine cavity. The basic aim of the study is to analyse the risk factors of ectopic gestations in Pakistan. This cross sectional study was conducted in Health Department Punjab during 2019 to 2020.The data was collected through a survey analysis in which we find the socio demographic status of female patients. The detailed history of pregnancy were collected from hospital data. We find the risk factors of ectopic pregnancies among local population of Pakistan. The data were collected from 74 pregnant females. The patient had an emergency laparotomy with macromolecular resuscitation, blood products transfusion, and intravenous antibiotic therapy. Peroperative exploration has found haemoperitoneum of great abundance. The right fallopian tube had an ampullary hematosalpinx of 3 cm of long and the left fallopian was an isthmic ruptured of ectopic pregnancy with scraps inside. It is concluded that by identifying risk factors being amenable to modification, such as cigarette smoking, the effective risk-reduction strategies can be devised.