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A cesarean scar ectopic pregnancy (CSEP) is a rare and life-threatening condition with a prevalence of one over 3, 000 pregnancies. If not promptly diagnosed, patients may undergo fatal results. There is no consensus for the management of this type of ectopic pregnancy. The authors present a series of three cases involving different clinical scenarios for the management of cesarean ectopic pregnancy. The diagnosis was made using laboratory results, ultrasound images, and surgery. Treatment was performed using different techniques according to this hospital’s capabilities; from surgery to methotrexate use, all with satisfactory results. The authors discuss the clinical significance and differential diagnosis of CSEP in the setting of a second level reference hospital.