Ectopic pregnancy, characterized by the implantation of the gestational sac outside the uterine cavity, is a grave condition. The objective of this study is to
report a case of recurrent ectopic pregnancy in the residual site of the same fallopian tube, which had undergone unilateral salpingectomy due to ectopic pregnancy five years prior. Despite its rarity in the literature, tubal stump ectopic pregnancy poses higher risks of maternal mortality and morbidity compared to
other types of tubal ectopic pregnancies. It is important to note that a history of salpingectomy does not exclude the possibility of ipsilateral recurrent ectopic
pregnancy. Furthermore, this is the first documented case of stump tubal ectopic pregnancy from Turkey.