Ectopic Pregnancy News and Research

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Ectopic pregnancy, also known as a tubal pregnancy, is a potentially life-threatening form of pregnancy in which implantation of the fertilized egg occurs outside the uterus.

Among 10,685 women studied, the risk of ectopic pregnancy within 10 years after sterilization was about 7 per 1,000 procedures.
IVF puts woman and fetus at risk of placenta disorder

IVF puts woman and fetus at risk of placenta disorder

After a caesarean, women are less likely to have another baby

After a caesarean, women are less likely to have another baby

Repeated re-testing of women with a history of chlamydia is a cost-effective strategy for preserving reproductive health

Repeated re-testing of women with a history of chlamydia is a cost-effective strategy for preserving reproductive health

Marijuana use may increase the risk of ectopic (tubal) pregnancies

Marijuana use may increase the risk of ectopic (tubal) pregnancies