This type of pregnancy is rare and usually occurs in women who have had previous problems in the fallopian tubes, such as infections or endometriosis
Ectopic pregnancy, one in which the embryo implants itself outside the uterus, is sometimes related to fertility treatments. Nevertheless, this is a mistaken association: undergoing fertility treatment does not increase the risk of having a pregnancy of this kind.
Endometriosis is a relatively common pathology in women, and in some cases it may affect their fertility
Nearly one out of every ten women at a fertile age suffers from endometriosis. This is a relatively common disease in which the endometrial tissue develops and grows outside the uterus. In some cases, depending on the severity of the damage, it may lead to problems of fertility in women. There is no single symptom that tells a woman she is has endometriosis.