Abayomi B Ajayi1, Victor D Ajayi, Ifeoluwa Oyetunji1, Oluwafunmilola Biobaku1 and Bamgboye M Afolabi2
We present an uncommon case of ectopic pregnancy following In-vitro fertilization in a 32-year-old infertile Banker who, prior to IVF treatment, was diagnosed with stage 4 endometriosis by laparoscopy. She presented after 4 years of being unable to conceive with associated severely painful menstrual periods and deep dyspareunia. She had In-vitro fertilization and embryo transfer of two Day 3 embryos but this resulted in a left tubal ectopic pregnancy. This was treated surgically and she had a successful repeat IVF treatment which resulted in a viable on-going singleton intrauterine pregnancy.
Keywords: Ectopic pregnancy; IVF; Endometriosis