Ectopic pregnancy after levonorgestrel emergency contraception

@inproceedings{Karatas2013EctopicPA,
  title={Ectopic pregnancy after levonorgestrel emergency contraception},
  author={Ahmet Emre Karatas and Halil Ilgın and Tulay Ozlu},
  year={2013}
}
Levonorgestrel Emergency Contraception (LNG-EC) is the safest and the most commonly used oral regimen that can be used after an unprotected intercourse. Although it is highly effective, failures can occur especially if it is used in the peri /or postovulatory period. It can not inhibit ovulation if used in these periods and the altered tubal motility together with the ciliary dysfunction can prevent the transfer of the fertilized ovum from the fallopian tube to the endometrial cavity, causing… CONTINUE READING

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