Assessment of Relationship between Ectopic Pregnancy and Assisted Reproductive Technology in Baghdad City
Keywords:Assessment, ectopic pregnancy, assisted reproductive technology
Objectives: To find out the relationship between assisted reproductive technology,
Some demographics characteristic and ectopic pregnancy among women with ectopic pregnancy
Methodology: A descriptive study was applied to assess the relationship between ectopic pregnancy and
Assisted Reproductive Technology among purposive sample of (60) women aged between (20-43) years
old attended the hospitals in Baghdad city. Results: The study show that the most woman in the age group
(32-37) years old, was primary school graduate, most of them have no gravidity, were treated with assisted
reproductive technology previously for (5-12) month, Clomiphene citrate (clomid) is used in the rate (50%),
suffering from lower abdominal pain and Darker or brown vaginal spotting. Conclusions: The study
concluded that there is significant relationship between the use of Clomiphene citrate (clomid) and ectopic
pregnancy and the most benefit treatment for ectopic pregnancy is methotrexate. Recommendations: The
study recommended a furthers study on ovulation induction, training program about the effect of ovulation
induction especially (clomid) on women health
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