Journal article Open Access
Bushra Majeed; Tarushikha Gupta and Chetan P. Gupta
Background:Ovarian pregnancy is classified as a rare cause of non tubal pregnancy wherein maximum ends in rupture in early months of pregnancy. Sign and symptoms often mimic tubal rupture. To distinguish between the two based on presenting complaints and ultrasonography findings is difficult. Generally confirmation of ovarian preganancy is done only after histopathological examination due to its similarity in presenting complaints to tubal pregnancy. Medical management has also been tried for unruptured ectopic pregnancy.
Case:Presenting a rare case report of ruptured left ovarian pregnancy. pt was 26yrs old multiparous with previous two cesarean 7yrs and 4 yrs back with one MTP kit taken 6 months back with pain in left iliac fossa. USG findings were suggestive of tubal rupture, however during laparotomy ruptured left ovarian pregnancy was diagnosed followed by left oopherectomy later on confirmed by histopathological examination.