Early Pregnancy Assessment Service
The Early Pregnancy Assessment Service provides non acute care for women who have pain and/or bleeding in the first 13 weeks six days of pregnancy, and those with a known miscarriage.
Some women will require more than one visit before a diagnosis is made. If medical/surgical management is required, it is arranged for a subsequent date.
- Early pregnancy ultrasound
- Diagnostic tests
- Those with pain or bleeding in early pregnancy who are clinically stable up to and including 13+6 weeks only
- Those with a known miscarriage
- Women who are clinically unstable and require emergency review
- Women >13+6
Monday to Friday 9:00am to 15:00pm
Wednesday to Friday 9:00am to 11.30am.
A GP referral is required. Please complete and fax the Fast Fax Referral form including previous ultrasound reports, and relevant pathology results.
Please call receiving gynaecology registrar.
EPAS staff will contact the patient directly.
Related Health Topics
Pain and bleeding in early pregnancy
Bleeding in early pregnancy can be very distressing but it does not always mean that you are having a miscarriage. Bleeding is very common in early pregnancy, affecting about one in four women, many of whom will go on to have a healthy baby.
- Pain and bleeding in early pregnancy
Pain and bleeding in early pregnancy understanding your results
If you are bleeding early in your pregnancy your GP or Early Pregnancy Assessment Service is likely to suggest a number of tests which may include an internal examination, an ultrasound or blood tests. This fact sheet aims to help you understand the results of those tests.
- Pain and bleeding in early pregnancy understanding your results