Post-Roe: Ectopic Pregnancy

A common question from insureds in the wake of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization is whether – and to what extent – ectopic pregnancies are affected by the enactment of various state abortion bans. Based on present information, the Dobbs ruling should not change the way healthcare practitioners care for and treat ectopic pregnancies. Healthcare practitioners should continue to follow evidence-based medicine and utilize normal medical and surgical options to address ectopic pregnancies, just as they would pre-Dobbs.

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The Post-Roe Info Center on provides information on many of the pressing issues affecting providers who now practice in a post-Roe world.