If you previously had an ectopic pregnancy, your risk of having another one is nearly 1 in 5 and you also have a lower chance of a normal pregnancy.

"Women whose first pregnancy is ectopic face an elevated risk for additional ectopic pregnancies and a lower overall delivery rate, Danish researchers reported."

"Among women who experienced this complication, the long-term risk of repeated ectopic pregnancy was 17.7%, according to Line Lund Kårhus, MD, and colleagues from the University of Copenhagen."

"Among the ectopic pregnancy group, the long-term rate of successful deliveries was 69 per 100, which was lower than the rate among control groups."

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