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Prenatal Testing

Prenatal Screening includes a series of blood tests that are an important part of your healthcare during pregnancy. The initial workup will provide you with a great deal of information about what to expect in the first stage of your pregnancy. A Blood Pregnancy Test is often used to measure levels of HCG, allowing you to monitor the progress of your pregnancy and providing you with the best estimate of the number of weeks since conception. Normal levels of Beta HCG, a hormone produced by the fetus, can indicate that your baby is developing correctly.

First Trimester Prenatal Tests - Your Initial Blood Workup

Prenatal TestingBlood Type and Rh Factor: test will identify your blood type (A, B, AB or O) and whether you are Rh negative or Rh positive (problems may develop if mother and baby have different Rh factors.)
Complete Blood Count
Iron: test will identify if you have an iron deficiency. If your iron levels are low you may be anemic or susceptible to anemia.
Hemoglobin: test will measure your blood levels of hemoglobin, a protein that delivers oxygen through your red blood cells.  Low levels also indicate anemia or susceptibility to anemia.
The Complete Blood Count also measures your platelets and white blood cells, which can indicate an infection when elevated.
Glucose: test used to measure your ability to metabolize sugar and a potential indicator of gestational diabetes.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases: tests used to determine whether you have HIV or Syphilis.
Hepatitis B:  test to determine if you are a carrier of this liver disease.  A woman with Hepatitis B may have no symptoms and can transmit the disease to the baby during childbirth.
Rubella:  test to determine if you have antibodies for rubella (German measles), indicating immunity to the disease. Contracting rubella during pregnancy can cause serious complications such as miscarriage, stillbirth, or birth defects.
Toxoplasmosis:  test to determine if you have toxoplasmosis, an infection harmless to adults but a major risk to your baby.

Second Trimester Prenatal Blood Tests

Some second trimester blood tests provide information about a woman's individual risk of having a baby with certain birth defects or specific genetic conditions. Screening is usually performed during the 15th to 20th weeks of pregnancy.

Estriol:  tests for this hormone produced by the placenta and used as a measure of the baby's health and well being.
DHEA-S:  tests for this hormone produced by the adrenal cortex of the fetus that is converted to estriol.

Additional blood tests may be recommended by you health provider to monitor potential complications such as genetic diseases, infections or anemia that may develop during your pregnancy.

Are There Risks and Side effects of Blood Tests for the Mother or Baby?

Prenatal blood tests are performed on a blood sample from the mother. Second trimester screening tests are used for risk assessment only. They DO NOT provide a definitive diagnosis
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