The Conceive Study is investigating why women develop pre-eclampsia or fetal growth restriction during pregnancy. We are now recruiting!
The Conceive study is based at Queen Charlotte's Hospital, London, and is run by researchers from Imperial College London and the University of Cambridge. It is designed to investigate if blood pressure or heart function prior to pregnancy is linked to the development of complications during pregnancy, specifically pre-eclampsia or poor growth of babies in the womb.
The Conceive research team would like to recruit women between the ages of 18-44 who are looking to embark on a pregnancy. Participants will undergo simple, safe and non-invasive tests of their blood pressure and heart function at 6 visits prior to, during and after pregnancy.
Participants will be given advanced monitors to track ovulation and test for pregnancy, in addition to 4 free scans during pregnancy to check on the well-being of their baby.
Participants will have to attend Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital in West London for study visits, but they do not have to book their routine maternity care in this hospital.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org , or call/text us on 07714051359 for more information or if you are interested in participating!
Please note that we only man the dedicated study email and phone between Mon-Friday, 9am to 5pm, and aim to get back to you within 24 hours. We seem to be having trouble receiving emails from hotmal/gmail and yahoo accounts, so if you have one of these, please send us a text message with your email address and we will get in touch with you.