I found the section about ecptioc pregnancy to be very interesting and meaningful. I was shocked to read that ecptioc pregnancy occurs 1 in every 40 to 1 in every 100 pregnancies. I also did not know that in the rare cases, ecptioc pregnancy can occur in the ovary, cervix, or stomach area. I also found interesting that up to 50% of women with ecptioc pregnancies have PID.I found out I was pregnant when I was having severe pain in my lower abdomen. Having a history of ovarian cysts, I for sure thought it was another one. I was then told I was pregnant and my pain could then be due to an ecptioc pregnancy. Playing the waiting game until I was further along was definitely one of the hardest things to do. It turned out I had a uterine pregnancy, and I was soon blessed with a beautiful baby boy. Although I was fortunate, I know many people are not. My sister-in-law had suffered an ecptioc pregnancy, where the ovum had implanted in her fallopian tube. She had to undergo emergency surgery to terminate the pregnancy, along with the removal of her fallopian tube and ovary.