Prenatal Health Screening and Diagnosis

Prenatal screenings are a group of tests that are conducted during the time of pregnancy. It is just the process of pre-checking the baby’s health condition and defects, and chromosomal abnormalities. First-trimester tests can be taken as early as 10 weeks which usually involve blood tests and ultrasound. Second-trimester tests take place between 14-18 weeks involving tests ultrasound, blood tests, glucose screening, and amniocentesis test, while the third-trimester tests include group b strep screening.

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