Successfully Avoiding Surgery in an Ectopic Cervical Pregnancy.

  title={Successfully Avoiding Surgery in an Ectopic Cervical Pregnancy.},
  author={Ayala Rodrigo and Lopez-Gonzalez and Leroy-Rivera Chanta},
  journal={journal of Clinical Case Reports},
The uterine cervix is a rare implantation site for ectopic pregnancy, surgical management should be carefully considered due to the risk of severe hemorrhage associated with this treatment. Methotrexate (MTX) is well documented as an effective medical approach in early gestations and low human chorionic gonadotropin (s-hCG) levels yielding good results. This is the case,of a 39 year old woman with a 6.5 week old cervical pregnancy. Diagnosis was suspected and later confirmed due to the presence… 

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