Does molar pregnancy cause infertility?

Can molar pregnancy affect fertility?

Talk to a GP about what type of contraception is right for you. Having a molar pregnancy does not affect your chances of getting pregnant again. But it’s important to wait until your doctor tells you it’s safe before you start trying for a baby.

Is it safe to get pregnant after a molar pregnancy?

Yes, you have every chance of getting pregnant again and having a healthy baby. The risk of having another molar pregnancy is small (about 1 in 80). It’s best not to try getting pregnant again until all your follow-up treatment has finished. For most women, this will take about 6 months.

How long after molar pregnancy can you conceive?

Because pregnancy HCG levels also increase during a normal pregnancy, your doctor may recommend you wait six to 12 months before trying to become pregnant again. Your provider will recommend a reliable form of birth control during this time.

Can a molar pregnancy cause cancer later in life?

The cancer may also occur after a normal pregnancy. But it most often occurs with a complete hydatidiform mole. This is a growth that forms inside the womb at the beginning of a pregnancy. The abnormal tissue from the mole can continue to grow even after attempted removal, and can become cancerous.

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Do molar pregnancies have a heartbeat?

These include feeling nervous or tired, having a fast or irregular heartbeat, and sweating a lot. An uncomfortable feeling in the pelvis. Vaginal discharge of tissue that is shaped like grapes. This is usually a sign of molar pregnancy.

Is a molar pregnancy a real baby?

Complete molar pregnancies have only placental parts (there is no baby) and form when the sperm fertilizes an empty egg. Because the egg is empty, no baby is formed. The placenta grows and produces the pregnancy hormone, hCG. Unfortunately, an ultrasound will show that there is no fetus, only a placenta.

Can you detect a molar pregnancy at 5 weeks?

An ultrasound can detect a complete molar pregnancy as early as eight or nine weeks of pregnancy.

What are the complications of molar pregnancy?

Complications of molar pregnancy

  • haemorrhage.
  • ovarian cysts.
  • breathlessness (when it spreads to the lungs)
  • pre-eclampsia (toxaemia of pregnancy), involving high levels of certain substances in the blood that raise blood pressure and affect the kidneys and (sometimes) liver function.

Do you get morning sickness with molar pregnancy?

A molar pregnancy causes the same early symptoms that a normal pregnancy does, such as a missed period or morning sickness. But a molar pregnancy usually causes other symptoms too. These may include: Bleeding from the vagina.

Can a molar pregnancy go full term?

Only very rarely in a partial molar pregnancy does a foetus survive to full term. Complete molar pregnancy – In this form of molar pregnancy, no normal pregnancy tissue develops at all.