We would love you to join us by signing up to the EPT1000 Challenge to raise awareness and funds while improving your well being.
Ectopic Pregnancy is a common, life threatening condition that is the leading cause of death in early pregnancy.
It affects 1 in 80 pregnancies in the UK and women who suffer have to face the physical trauma of major invasive treatment, their own mortality, the impact on their future fertility and the sad loss of losing their baby all very quickly. This can be a very frightening and distressing experience.
The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust believes that the deaths and trauma associated with ectopic pregnancy should be prevented or minimised and seeks to support women and their families through this difficult period of their lives. The Charity also provides Information, Education and Support to medical professionals who treat early pregnancy complications.
Catch up with friends over afternoon tea or challenge yourself to run one more mile - fundraising with the EPT is fun and inspiring. We’ll get you started and support you all the way. Sign up to our EPT 1000 Challenge »
Many of the women we speak to recount how a cup of tea and piece of cake with a friend or family member can provide some much-needed comfort during their recovery. If you fancy a cuppa with friends and raising awareness and funds at the same time, then why not hold your very own EPTea Party. Hold an EPT Party »
Short BMJ film on the diagnosis and management of ectopic pregnancy.Watch the film
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What are the symptoms and how is an ectopic pregnancy diagnosed?Symptoms
Please see the variety of support we have available during the holiday season.
Jennifer and Shruggie scale the heights of the highest mountain in the British Isles, Ben Nevis. Raising funds, awareness and completing a fantastic achievement.
Please take a look at our Baby Loss Awareness week 2017 Campaign where we united to remember babies lost through ectopic pregnancy.