Spontaneous Rupture of Uterine Artery in a 14-Week Pregnant
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Case Report :
A 30-year-old pregnant patient at 14 weeks' gestation, who was in her second pregnancy with a previous cesarean delivery, went to her primary care physician with mild abdominal pain and nausea. After receiving fluids and endovenous analgesics, resulting in an improvement of symptoms, she was discharged. Twelve hours after the onset of pain, she came to the first-aid post with diffuse abdominal pain, malaise, and reports of syncope. On admission, she exhibited mucocutaneous pallor, tachycardia (108?bpm), mild hypotension (BP 90/60?mmHg), moderate hypogastric pain, decreased bowel sounds, and a positive rapid decompression test. The uterus was palpable 2?cm above the pubic symphysis and the fetal heartbeat was 140?bpm.......

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5116327/
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