Self therapy does not exist.
Conventional medicine does not exist.
Assisted reproduction therapy does not exist.
After an ectopic pregnancy (EP) fertility decreases, mostly due to tubal factor. Future fertility in these patients is dependent on several factors, including age, history of infertility, history of previous EP, tubal rupture, and contralateral tubal lesion. The treatment choice does not play a major role; a randomized study by Fernandez H et al., in 2013 concluded that the rates of intrauterine pregnancy 2 years after treatment of ectopic pregnancy are approximately 64% with radical surgery, 67% with medication, and 70% with conservative surgery. In comparison, the cumulative pregnancy rate of women under 40 years of age in the general population over 2 years is over 90%.