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Failed outpatient sterilization procedures not associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes: Study

19:00 EST 10 Jan 2018 | AAAS

(Boston Medical Center) Researchers looked at data from close to 1,000 pregnancies after failed outpatient and surgical sterilization procedures and found that while neither option was associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes, outpatient procedures were more likely to result in a live birth and less likely to result in an ectopic pregnancy, which occurs outside of the uterus, when compared to surgical options.

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