Monthly Archives: December 2012

Does working increase the risk of miscarriage?

Women often ask whether they should change what they do at work once they are pregnant. Is it OK to lift, carry on with shift work or work nights? On 12th December a Scandanavian journal published an interesting study on … Continue reading

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NICE guidance on ectopic pregnancy and miscarriage are a serious concern

In December NICE published their guidance on ectopic pregnancy and miscarriage. A summary of these was also published in the British Medical Journal  It is fair to say that they were disappointing on many levels. It is worth quoting the view … Continue reading

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The ovulation-implantation interval is fundamental to understanding fetal size

A recent paper has been published in the international journal Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. The authors concluded that early implantation leads to a larger CRL and late implantation to a smaller CRL at 10–14 weeks, independent of CRL growth … Continue reading

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Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) – in the news…..

No doubt there will be a lot of press coverage relating to “morning sickness” in the next week or so. Interestingly in 2006 we published a case control study matching 286 women with HG with the same number of controls … Continue reading

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