Recurrent intrauterine pregnancy due to tubal recanalization after tubal sterilization by pomeroy technique
Cihangir Mutlu Ercan1, Mehmet Sakıncı2, Seyit Temel Ceyhan2, Hakan Coksuer2, Ugur Keskin2, Kazım Emre Karasahin2, Iskender Baser21 2
Tubal sterilization is a widely used permanent contraceptive method for women who had completed their desired childbearing. If a pregnancy occurs after tubal sterilization, it is expected to be ectopic in most of the cases. However encountering an intrauterine pregnancy after Pomeroy tubal sterilization is extremely rare. A second time intrauterine pregnancy occured in a 34-year-old woman who had undergone tubal sterilization by Pomeroy technique in her last caesarean section. We are pointing out the failure risk of tubal sterilization with its possible mechanisms which might result in a viable intrauterine pregnancy.
Cihangir Mutlu Ercan, Mehmet Sakıncı, Seyit Temel Ceyhan, Hakan Coksuer, Ugur Keskin, Kazım Emre Karasahin, Iskender Baser. Recurrent intrauterine pregnancy due to tubal recanalization after tubal sterilization by pomeroy technique. Eastern J Med. 2013; 18(4): 195-197 Manuscript Language: English