Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is the most commonly diagnosed gastrointestinal condition and is most prevalent in women of reproductive age. Research undertaken at the University College Cork (UCC) and the University of Manchester by Ali S. Khashan Eamonn M.M. Quigley Roseanne McNamee Fergus P. McCarthy Fergus Shanahan Louise C. Kenny report that there appears to be an increase in the risk […]
Addendum to GTG No 25 (Oct 2006): The Management of Early Pregnancy Loss Recent research suggests that given inter-observer variability in ultrasound measurements and the greater variation in early embryonic growth than has hitherto been assumed, a more conservative approach to the diagnosis of early pregnancy loss is warranted. The studies from Imperial […]
This week an important series of papers have been published in the peer reviewed International Journal Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. These papers cast significant doubt on the current guidelines being used to diagnose miscarriage both in the UK and elsewhere in the world.
Education is part of The EPT mission. We are an organisation who offers information, education and support to those whose lives have been touched by early pregnancy complication and to the professionals who care for them and within that we commit to:- – Raise awareness of the condition within the community of sexually active women […]
A study looking at female inpatients and outpatients, ages 15 to 44 years, enrolled in Group Health Cooperative over a 15-year period has identified an upward trend in the condition. Group Health Cooperative is a managed care system that serves residents of the state of Washington and of western Idaho, The study highlights an increase […]
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The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust has welcomed the publication of research that explains the link between smoking and ectopic pregnancy, saying it offers women at risk an opportunity to reduce their chances of suffering from the life threatening condition.