Molar pregnancy


A molar pregnancy or hydatidiform mole occurs when, despite the completion of the fertilization process, the embryo does not exist or never develops. Among the documented cases, there is the one in which only the placenta is formed and some liquid with some granule that does not correspond to any embryo, or at least the component that develops within the ovule will not produce a baby. A molar pregnancy in any way prevents the development of a fetus, in any case, the poor quality of carriers and contributors carries this consequence.

The most important thing when it comes to identifying a molar pregnancy are the causes, these can range from a pregnancy at ages older than 40 years, a deficit in diet, lack of essential nutrients when conceiving a baby, deficit in control of proteins and minerals in the body and most commonly, when there are fertility problems, women resort to treatments that if not administered correctly or without adequate supervision, can bring a molar pregnancy as a major and serious effect secondary. These risk factors are part of a series of causes that are not known for sure if they are the reasons, simply by comparing the status of women who claim to have similar symptoms, they comply with the aforementioned aspects.

There are two types of molar pregnancy, the first is the complete one, it happens when the placenta forms inside the uterus, but no embryo is formed, as we explained previously, the second is the partial one, a little more complex since it does involve The formation of embryos, in this case, occurs when two sperm enter the ovum, but the twins that would be generated are not formed in the proper way, creating a mass without meaning of life inside the uterus. When there is strong bleeding or abdominal pain, you should go to the doctor immediately, if it is identified with the correct studies that it is a molar, partial or complete pregnancy, you should proceed to the extraction of whatever is inside .