Doctors confused pregnancy with cancer and was prescribed chemotherapy


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In Turkey, the woman filed a lawsuit against the doctors who confused pregnancy with tumor. This publication reports the Daily Mirror.

In 2018, the 35-year-old Serpil Bugs (Serpil Baga) found and removed the tumor one of the ovaries. Three months later, she increased the level of human chorionic gonadotropin, a hormone produced during pregnancy, but can testify about cancer of the uterus.

The doctors considered it a sign of spread of cancer cells, and appointed a woman chemotherapy. During the examination her uterus was found two tumors with a length of 12 and 19 inches. They planned to remove, but a few days before surgery she had a miscarriage.

As it turned out, the tumor took embryos of twins, which were pregnant woman. The cause of the miscarriage was the chemotherapy, which she took. Baga and her husband believe that the specialists who treated her were negligent, and sought to punish them.

In February it was reported that the inhabitant of Australian city Melbourne has confused cancer symptoms of pregnancy and went to the doctor. She was diagnosed with an ovarian tumor with a diameter of 13 centimeters.

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