Can an ectopic pregnancy rupture lead to a hysterectomy?

Yes. An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy located outside the uterine cavity. If it's located in the cervix or in a portion of the fallopian tube close to the uterus, this can lead to excessive bleeding that can only be resolved with a hysterectomy. Although this is a rare event, it is still possible.
Possible but rare. I have never heard of this but it could be potentially necessary in a late intramural pregnancy.

Related Questions

When must I call my doctor if I have an ectopic pregnancy rupture?

Before!! If you have an ectopic pregnancy that ruptures, that is a surgical emergency that must be dealt with now. Go directly to the er, they can call your dr from there, you will need surgery to keep you from bleeding to death. Read more...
Yesterday. Agree with the previous answer. Yesterday! you don't 'follow' ectopics, once diagnosed they need to be treated immediately. Read more...

What's the earliest your tube can rupture from a ectopic pregnancy?

Unpredictable. There is no way to predict when a fallopian tube may rupture in the event of a tubal pregnancy. Once the diagnosis is made treatment whether it is medical or surgical should occur the same day. Read more...

Is there any treatment needed for ectopic pregnancy? What are the symptoms of ectopic pregnancy? How long will it take to rupture?

Surgeru. The only treatment is surgery. The rupture timing is variable and IF THERE IS ANY SUSPICION that this may be the reason for LOWER ABDOMINAL PAIN and MISSED PERIOD a EMERGENCY ROOM VISIT is medically necessary! Hope this helps Good luck Dr Z. Read more...
Ectopic pregnancy. "Ectopic" means outside of normal location, and depending on where the pregnancy occurs can be life threatening, so treatment is almost always indicated. The symptoms are prolonged bleeding and cramping in one side of the lower abdomen. Consult a healthcare provider for correct diagnosis and treatment, Do not delay. Read more...