O embryo which attaches outside the uterine cavity is not feasible and, generally, does not survive.
Most ectopic pregnancies occur in the uterine tube and represent a situation of maternal risk with possibility of rupture of the uterine tube and severe internal hemorrhage.
What is ectopic pregnancy and what are its symptoms?
Ectopic pregnancy is usually diagnosed early in gestation, and because the embryo region that will not provide the nutrients necessary for the development, it may have several deformities that are unfeasible to life.
Proper treatment of ectopic pregnancy reduces these possible complications and is able to save the lives of women at risk.