Ectopic Pregnancy Prevention
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- Risk Factors
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How to Prevent Ectopic Pregnancy
To reduce your risk of ectopic pregnancy:
- Maintain safe sexual practices to help avoid sexually transmitted diseases (STD), which can cause damage to the fallopian tubes and ovaries.
- Get early diagnosis and treatment of STDs.
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