Where is the most common location for an ectopic pregnancy?
Fallopian tubes (~95%).
What is the most common complication?
15-20% will rupture, potentially causing massive haemoperitoneum and even death.
Transvaginal ultrasound shows a right tubal ectopic measuring 13 x 12 x 14 mm with no fetal heart beat. Right corpus luteum. Small volume pelvic free fluid. Normal (retroverted) uterus and left ovary.