Ectopic pregnancy is a rare condition, and, although its prevalence has decreased in recent years, it is still an important cause of mortality and morbidity in women. Cervical ectopic pregnancy is less than 1% of all ectopic pregnancies. Fever is one of signs of infection, and it is necessary to monitor patients closely for other signs of infection. This paper presents and discusses a case of cervical ectopic pregnancy with fever after treatment. The patient had a high fever that became worse after three hospitalizations. The probable cause of her pyelonephritis was a urinary catheter, although it had been removed earlier, and she was receiving antibiotic therapy. Even though cervical ectopic pregnancy is a rare condition, it has certain complications that must be managed appropriately.


Key words: fever, ectopic pregnancy, Gorgan  
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