An ectopic pregnancy is outside the usual place for a pregnancy. The usual place of a pregnancy is inside the uterus, while an ectopic pregnancy is not inside the uterus but somewhere else like the fallopian tube, the ovary, the cervix, or the abdominal cavity.

Progesterone Levels and Ectopic Pregnancy

Can they predict an ectopic pregnancy? ... read more »

How do you Know you Have an Ectopic Pregnancy?

An ectopic pregnancy occurs when the fertilized egg latches outside the uterus, for example to a fallopian tube wall, the ovary, or other organs instead of the inside wall of the uterus. ... read more »

Ectopic Pregnancy - Risk Factors

What are the risk factors for an ectopic pregnancy? ... read more »

Ectopic Pregnancy Recurrence

Over 95% of the ectopic pregnancies develop in the fallopian tube and are therefore also called 'tubal pregnancies'. ... read more »

Treatments Options for Ectopic Pregnancy

Ectopic pregnancy is one of the main causes of death during pregnancy and fertility is at stake for survivors. ... read more »

Ectopic Pregnancy: Symptoms, Risks, Causes

An ectopic pregnancy can become fatal to the mother because of potentially excessive bleeding. ... read more »

PCOS and Ectopic Pregnancy After IVF and Embryo Transfer

According to a study, women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) are at increased risk of ectopic pregnancy after fresh ET (embryo transfer) cycles, but not after frozen ET cycles. ... read more »

Study on the Treatment of Ectopic Pregnancy

Researchers in France completed a study investigating the pregnancy rates between medical/conservative surgery and conservative surgery/radical surgical treatment of ectopic pregnancy. ... read more »

Ectopic Pregnancy Recurrence Risks

In general, after one ectopic pregnancy, your chances of having a normal pregnancy are about 60 to 70%. ... read more »

What did My Doctor Mean by Tubal Pregnancy?

The medical name for a tubal pregnancy is ectopic pregnancy. While theegg will implant in the 'tube' most of the time, there are instanceswhere the implantation occurred in the cervix or ovary. ... read more »

Ultrasound and Ectopic Pregnancy

On ultrasound about on-half of ectopic pregnancies can be seen and the other half have only indirect signs. ... read more »

BBT Basal Body Temperature and Ectopic

Does my BBT chart indicate that I have an ectopic pregnancy? ... read more »

Beta hCG Blood levels and Ectopic Pregnancy

The hormone Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (better known as hCG) is produced during pregnancy by parts of the placenta as early as 2-3 days after implantation or about 11 days after fertilization/ovulation. ... read more »

One Tube and Two Ovaries - Risk of Ectopic Pregnancy

Women who have had one fallopian tube removed are at increased risk of an ectopic pregnancy, a pregnancy in the other fallopian tube. ... read more »

Ectopic Pregnancy and Low Blood Progesterone Levels

Can a low progesterone level predict an ectopic pregnancy? ... read more »

Odds - Ectopic Pregnancy

The odds of having an ectopic pregnancy, a pregnancy outside the uterus, depend on many doifferent factors. ... read more »

Missed Period after Tubal Ligation: Ectopic?

I am four days late but I had a tubal three years ago ... read more »