Management of the Ectopic Pregnancy Located at the Level of
A prospective study conducted over a period of 26 months. This article reports 2 cases diagnosed with ectopic Pregnancy Located at the Level of the Uterine scar. The first case is of a 26 year old patient, 4 pregnancies, 1 birth, who came to the Gynaecology practice due to a 6 week amenorrhoea, pelvic pain, low vaginal bleeding. Following the discussion with the patient, the conservative drug therapy was initiated, namely she was given methotrexate 50 mg/m2. The patient showed no side effects after the methotrexate. The second case is of a 31 year old patient, 2 pregnancies, 1 birth, who came to the gynaecology practice due to a 4-5 week amenorrhoea, pelvic pain, vaginal bleeding. Following the discussion with the patient, the decision was made to conduct the haemostatic and evacuation uterine curettage under transrectal ultrasound control in order to minimise the risk of perforation. The uterine curettage was performed in the classic way. No complications were reported during the procedure or in the recovery period...

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