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Hormonal contraceptive pills containing microgram levonorgestrel are the most commonly used postcoital contraceptive method because of their high efficacy and fewer side effects. Emergency contraceptive pills containing levonorgestrel present their effects by several mechanisms, including delayed tubal transport of the ovum. A delay of tubal transportation of an ovum is also one of the possible etiologic factors of tubal ectopic pregnancies.
There are limited data on the risk of ectopic pregnancy following levonorgestrel treatment as an emergency contraception. Here, a case of tubal pregnancy associated with the use of levonorgestrel containing emergency contraceptive pills has been presented along with discussion of the relevant literature. Keywords: Emergency contraception; extrauterine pregnancy; levonorgestrel.
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Full-text links Cite Favorites. Abstract in English , Turkish. Similar articles Ectopic gestation following emergency contraception with levonorgestrel. Jian Z, Linan C. Jian Z, et al. PMID: Ectopic pregnancy following oral levonorgestrel emergency contraception use. Kitani Y, et al. J Obstet Gynaecol Res. Epub Sep Postcoital contraception. Ectopic pregnancy and emergency contraceptive pills: a systematic review.
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Emergency contraception is a type of contraceptive methods that is used after unprotected intercourse, thus, this is not a suitable method for regular contraception. There are different approaches for emergency contraception mainly; drugs such as mifepristone, ulipristal acetate and levonorgestrel, or intrauterine devices IUDs. In this review I would like to present an updated knowledge about emergency contraception. Year , Volume 4 , Issue 1, Pages 55 - 59 Zotero Mendeley EndNote. Abstract en tr Emergency contraception is a type of contraceptive methods that is used after unprotected intercourse, thus, this is not a suitable method for regular contraception. Keywords en tr Contraception , Levonorgestrel , Ulipristal acetate , Intrauterin device.
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