EPT symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy animation

Our animated short film is to raise awareness of the symptoms of ectopic pregnancy. People from all backgrounds and circumstances can be affected by ectopic pregnancy and we think it is crucial that everyone should know what to look out for so that they or their loved one seeks medical attention quickly.

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We work hard to increase awareness of the condition and its emotional toll among the public and healthcare professionals

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The EPT prides itself in our contribution to ectopic pregnancy research and the medical community

Priority Setting Partnership on Ectopic Pregnancy - research led by The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust

The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust, along with an international team of healthcare professionals and researchers, is supporting a Priority Setting Placement (PSP) for ectopic pregnancy, which aims to identify and prioritise unanswered research questions about the causes, diagnosis, and benefits and safety of various treatments for ectopic pregnancy.

Do you or someone you know have symptoms?

Around 1 in 80 pregnancies are ectopic in the UK. Find out more about the symptoms of an ectopic pregnancy.

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About The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust

The EPT provides information, education, and support to those affected by ectopic pregnancy and to the health professionals who care for them.

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