The "morning after pill" is associated with a 10-fold increase in risk of this condition [ectopic pregnancy] when its use fails to prevent pregnancy.
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Synopsis: If ECP increases ectopic pregancy, nobody told science. Au contraire, ECP is so effective at preventing pregnancy that it reduces a woman's risk of both ectopic and regular pregnancy.