A Case of Bilateral Tubal Pregnancy
Published Online: Jul 24, 2015
Fertilized egg is implanted anywhere except intrauterine cavity is reffered to as ectopic pregnancy. Ectopic pregnancy was increased recently in spite of effective modern antibiotics therapy, because partial occlusion following episode of gonorrheal or non-gonorrheal salpingitis. Increasing incidence is contributed to IUD, artificial abortion and laparoscopic sterilization as means of birth control. Bilateral tubal pregnancy is rare condition, which incidence was 1 in 1580 ectopic pregnancies, 232 cases have been reported until 1979. Etiologic factor of bilateral tubal pregnancy is similar as general ectopic pregnancy, but this condition may increase in the near future because of prevalent case of clomiphene and pituitary gonadotropin, the increase frequency of tubal surgery and the practice of conservation of the tubal in ectopic pregnancy. We present a case of bilateral pregnancy with brief review of literature.