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DIAGNOSTIC TESTING

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Pregnancy diagnostic testing is a medical procedure that can determine whether the mother is pregnant and whether the fetus can grow healthy after pregnancy.

The following are symptoms of pregnancy:

- Missed period

- Nausea/Vomiting

- Tender/Swollen breasts

- Light Spotting/Bleeding/Vaginal Discharge

- Cramping and pain

- Headaches

- Sensitivity to smell

- Change of appetite

- Frequent urination

- Constipation and bloating

- Mood Swings/Fatigue

- Heartburn and Indigestion

 

If you've seen any of these pregnancy signs and symptoms and would like further information, please contact us. You should not have to face this period of your life alone. We're here to assist you.

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ADVANTAGES & EFFICACY

- Monitor fetal growth

- Establish the due date

- Determine the number of fetuses and identify placental structures

- Diagnose an ectopic pregnancy or miscarriage

- Examine the uterus and other pelvic anatomy

- Detect fetal abnormalities (In some cases)

- Examine the fetal anatomy for abnormalities

- Check the amount of amniotic fluid

- Examine blood flow patterns

- Measure the length of the cervix

- Conduct the biophysical profile test

- Determine the position of the fetus

- Establish the due date

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Q&A

What is first-trimester screening?

This screening consists of blood testing and ultrasonography to estimate the risk of Down syndrome. This screening may be done at about 11 to 13 weeks of pregnancy.

What is second-trimester screening?

This screening consists of blood testing and ultrasonography to estimate the risk of certain abnormalities in the fetus.

What is third-trimester screening?

This screening consists of estimating GBS. This screening may be done at about 7, 8, and 9 months of pregnancy.