The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence believes doctors do not give enough information or support to women at risk of miscarriages or ectopic pregnancies. NICE says that the NHS should consider setting up dedicated services for pregnant women who may have an ectopic pregnancy or who experience pain or bleeding in their first trimester. This is according to their December 2012 guideline on the diagnosis and management of ectopic pregnancy and miscarriage in early pregnancy.
- NICE recommends dedicated NHS service for women with a suspected miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy.
- Ectopic pregnancy and miscarriage, NICE Clinical guidelines, CG154 – Issued: December 2012.
- Doctors ‘Must Be Sensitive To Women At Risk Of Miscarriage And Ectopic Pregnancy’, HuffPost LifeStyle.
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