Author(s): Joelle E Taylor, Tamer M Yalcinkaya, Munire Erman Akar
Objective: To report our experience of conservative treatment in four patients with cervical ectopic pregnancy.
Design: Case series.
Setting: Academic medical center.
Patients: Four women diagnosed with cervical ectopic pregnancy managed conservatively.
Intervention(s): Systemic methotrexate alone or combined with subsequent uterine artery embolization (UAE).
Main outcome measures: Conservative management with decreased rate of serious complications.
Results: No hysterectomies were needed. One patient required subsequent intervention, UAE.
Conclusion: Conservative treatment of cervical pregnancy might be successful with careful follow up and subsequent conservative interventions.Gynecology & Obstetrics