10 Different types of Pregnancy

Intrauterine pregnancy

In this type of pregnancy, the placenta attaches to the uterine muscle inside the uterus and the fetus(es) implants inside the uterus.

Ectopic pregnancy

 This kind of pregnancy happens when a fertilised egg implants somewhere other than the fallopian tube or the uterus, like the belly or the neck of the uterus.

Tubal pregnancy

This pregnancy happens when an egg that has been fertilised implants in the fallopian tube rather than the uterus.

Intra-abdominal pregnancy

The foetus may fall into the abdominal cavity as the C-section scar deteriorates and tears

Singlet pregnancy

 In this pregnancy, one egg and one sperm combine, leading to the development of one foetus.

Multiple pregnancies

This can happen when two sperm enter one egg, two sperm fertilise one egg, or one egg is fertilised by one sperm that divides into two zygotes.

Lupus pregnancy

Women having the autoimmune disease lupus can normally get pregnant but it is a high-risk one.

High-risk pregnancy

This includes women: - Older than 35 - Having diabetes - Combined with any medical issues that could impact pregnancy - Pregnancy with multiples - Who needs to take drugs to treat illness that could harm the fetus - With a history of problems from prior pregnancies

Chemical Pregnancy

A chemical pregnancy is a very early miscarriage that happens within the first five weeks of pregnancy.

Molar pregnancy

Molar pregnancy is a complication that is characterized by the abnormal growth of trophoblasts, the cells that normally develop into the placenta.