In this section, the three main types of treatment for ectopic pregnancy are described in detail.
Surgical treatment is when your ectopic pregnancy is resolved through keyhole surgery (laparoscopy) or abdominal surgery (laparotomy).
Medical treatment involves an injection of a drug called methotrexate to resolve your ectopic pregnancy.
Expectant management involves no active medical or surgical intervention; you are simply kept under observation and may be allowed to remain at home or offered a bed in hospital.
Please use the links below to find out more about each of the treatments.