PREGNANCY PROFILE - C (FIRST TRIMESTER)

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PREGNANCY PROFILE - C (FIRST TRIMESTER):

The term "first trimester screening" refers to a prenatal screening test that aids in the early identification of a foetal anomaly. Some of the anomalies that can develop in a developing foetus include chromosomal or genetic disorders like Down syndrome (trisomy 21) and Edwards syndrome (trisomy 18). This test is also used to check for diseases and infections that can affect the health of a pregnant woman and her unborn baby. The results can guide treatments, which may help prevent serious complications. 

Why to do this? 

First trimester screening is a very useful test, which helps in providing early diagnosis of chromosomal problems i.e. risk of either Down’s syndrome or Edwards syndrome. As the first trimester screening test gives the results in an early stage, it gives more time to the family to decide or manage the pregnancy.

There are certain cases, where it is important for the expectant mother to go for the first trimester screening test. Some of these scenarios are mentioned below.

  • Any family history of conditions highlighted
  • The mother herself or her partner having any genetic disorders.
  • The age of the women carrying the baby is 35 years or above. At this age of the pregnancy, the woman is considered to be at a higher risk of having a chromosomal disorder like Down‚Äôs syndrome or Edwards syndrome.
  • Spontaneous abortions.¬†

Any Risk Involved? 

No, The first trimester screening test is completely safe and does not have any negative effects on either the mother or the unborn baby. It includes a blood test followed by an ultrasound scan. Both the tests are usually safe. A blood test involves only a pricking of a needle to draw a blood sample from the arm of the expectant mother. An ultrasound scan does not involve exposure to any radiations as in case of CT-scan and X-rays.

FAQ:

  1. What is normal range for first trimester screening?
    Ans: When Should I Have a First Trimester Screening? The blood screening is usually done between 9 and 14 weeks. Women who also get an ultrasound have one between 11 and 14 weeks.


    Q2. How do you read first trimester screening results?
    Ans: 
    Your doctor may tell you the result of your test as a set of numbers.
             1. If the test is positive, your baby is more likely than normal to have trisomy 18 or Down syndrome.
             2. A negative result means that your baby probably doesn't have those birth defects.


    Q3. What are the tests done in first trimester of pregnancy?
    Ans: First trimester screening is a combination of fetal ultrasound and maternal blood testing. This screening process can help determine the risk of the fetus having certain birth defects. 
     SecondMedic Offers best discount for both Diagnostic & Ultrasound sound, to know more please check: https://www.secondmedic.com/


    Q4. What blood tests are done at 12 weeks pregnant?
    Ans: 
    Maternal blood test for PAPP-A and free ő≤-HCG, done at 8-12 weeks (early is best). Maternal blood test for AFP, HCG and estriol (Triple test), done at 15-20 weeks.

 

 

 

 

 

Booking Procedure:

  • Fill the booking form on right side with Name, Address, Mobile no.
  • Blood/Urine samples will be collected from your Home address. 10-12 hrs fasting is required.
  • You need to make the payment by cash to Thyrocare when Technician comes to pick up the samples OR Pay online after confirmation of booking.
  • Reports will be couriered at your residence in 3-4 working days if hardcopy is opted. We will email the reports within 48-72 hrs on your email address mentioned while booking.

  • Sample pickup at home

  • Online reports within 48 hours
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PREGNANCY PROFILE - C (FIRST TRIMESTER):

The term "first trimester screening" refers to a prenatal screening test that aids in the early identification of a foetal anomaly. Some of the anomalies that can develop in a developing foetus include chromosomal or genetic disorders like Down syndrome (trisomy 21) and Edwards syndrome (trisomy 18). This test is also used to check for diseases and infections that can affect the health of a pregnant woman and her unborn baby. The results can guide treatments, which may help prevent serious complications. 

Why to do this? 

First trimester screening is a very useful test, which helps in providing early diagnosis of chromosomal problems i.e. risk of either Down’s syndrome or Edwards syndrome. As the first trimester screening test gives the results in an early stage, it gives more time to the family to decide or manage the pregnancy.

There are certain cases, where it is important for the expectant mother to go for the first trimester screening test. Some of these scenarios are mentioned below.

  • Any family history of conditions highlighted
  • The mother herself or her partner having any genetic disorders.
  • The age of the women carrying the baby is 35 years or above. At this age of the pregnancy, the woman is considered to be at a higher risk of having a chromosomal disorder like Down‚Äôs syndrome or Edwards syndrome.
  • Spontaneous abortions.¬†

Any Risk Involved? 

No, The first trimester screening test is completely safe and does not have any negative effects on either the mother or the unborn baby. It includes a blood test followed by an ultrasound scan. Both the tests are usually safe. A blood test involves only a pricking of a needle to draw a blood sample from the arm of the expectant mother. An ultrasound scan does not involve exposure to any radiations as in case of CT-scan and X-rays.

FAQ:

  1. What is normal range for first trimester screening?
    Ans: When Should I Have a First Trimester Screening? The blood screening is usually done between 9 and 14 weeks. Women who also get an ultrasound have one between 11 and 14 weeks.


    Q2. How do you read first trimester screening results?
    Ans: 
    Your doctor may tell you the result of your test as a set of numbers.
             1. If the test is positive, your baby is more likely than normal to have trisomy 18 or Down syndrome.
             2. A negative result means that your baby probably doesn't have those birth defects.


    Q3. What are the tests done in first trimester of pregnancy?
    Ans: First trimester screening is a combination of fetal ultrasound and maternal blood testing. This screening process can help determine the risk of the fetus having certain birth defects. 
     SecondMedic Offers best discount for both Diagnostic & Ultrasound sound, to know more please check: https://www.secondmedic.com/


    Q4. What blood tests are done at 12 weeks pregnant?
    Ans: 
    Maternal blood test for PAPP-A and free ő≤-HCG, done at 8-12 weeks (early is best). Maternal blood test for AFP, HCG and estriol (Triple test), done at 15-20 weeks.

 

 

 

 

 

Booking Procedure:

  • Fill the booking form on right side with Name, Address, Mobile no.
  • Blood/Urine samples will be collected from your Home address. 10-12 hrs fasting is required.
  • You need to make the payment by cash to Thyrocare when Technician comes to pick up the samples OR Pay online after confirmation of booking.
  • Reports will be couriered at your residence in 3-4 working days if hardcopy is opted. We will email the reports within 48-72 hrs on your email address mentioned while booking.

  • Sample pickup at home

  • Online reports within 48 hours

Tests Included (99+)

IRON DEFICIENCY (3)
% TRANSFERRIN SATURATION IRON TOTAL IRON BINDING CAPACITY (TIBC)
LIVER (11)
SERUM ALB/GLOBULIN RATIO ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE BILIRUBIN -DIRECT BILIRUBIN (INDIRECT) BILIRUBIN - TOTAL GAMMA GLUTAMYL TRANSFERASE (GGT) PROTEIN - TOTAL ALBUMIN - SERUM SERUM GLOBULIN ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE (SGOT ) ALANINE TRANSAMINASE (SGPT)
COMPLETE HEMOGRAM (24)
BASOPHILS - ABSOLUTE COUNT EOSINOPHILS - ABSOLUTE COUNT LYMPHOCYTES - ABSOLUTE COUNT MONOCYTES - ABSOLUTE COUNT NEUTROPHILS - ABSOLUTE COUNT BASOPHILS EOSINOPHILS HEMOGLOBIN IMMATURE GRANULOCYTES(IG) IMMATURE GRANULOCYTE PERCENTAGE(IG%) TOTAL LEUCOCYTES COUNT LYMPHOCYTE PERCENTAGE MEAN CORPUSCULAR HEMOGLOBIN(MCH) MEAN CORP.HEMO.CONC(MCHC) MEAN CORPUSCULAR VOLUME(MCV) MONOCYTES NEUTROPHILS NUCLEATED RED BLOOD CELLS NUCLEATED RED BLOOD CELLS % HEMATOCRIT(PCV) PLATELET COUNT TOTAL RBC RED CELL DISTRIBUTION WIDTH (RDW-CV) RED CELL DISTRIBUTION WIDTH - SD(RDW-SD)
DIABETES (2)
AVERAGE BLOOD GLUCOSE (ABG) HbA1c
PREGNANCY (13)
CARDIOLIPIN ANTIBODY (ACL) -IgA CARDIOLIPIN ANTIBODY (ACL) -IgG CARDIOLIPIN ANTIBODY (ACL) -IgM CYTOMEGALO VIRUS (CMV) - IgG CYTOMEGALO VIRUS (CMV) - IgM FREE BETA HCG HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS I (HSV)-IGM HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS I (HSV)-IGG PREGNANCY ASSOCIATED PLASMA PROTEIN A RUBELLA - IgG RUBELLA - IgM TOXO GONDII - IgG TOXO GONDII - IgM
HEPATITIS (2)
ANTI HEPATITIS C VIRUS (ANTI HCV) - TOTAL HEPATITIS B SURFACE ANTIGEN (HBSAG)
RENAL (5)
BUN / Sr.CREATININE RATIO BLOOD UREA NITROGEN (BUN) CALCIUM CREATININE - SERUM URIC ACID
TOXIC ELEMENTS (22)
SILVER ALUMINIUM ARSENIC BARIUM BERYLLIUM BISMUTH CADMIUM COBALT CHROMIUM CAESIUM MERCURY MANGANESE MOLYBDENUM NICKEL LEAD ANTIMONY SELENIUM TIN STRONTIUM THALLIUM URANIUM VANADIUM
LIPID (8)
TOTAL CHOLESTEROL HDL CHOLESTEROL - DIRECT LDL CHOLESTEROL - DIRECT LDL / HDL RATIO NON-HDL CHOLESTEROL TC/ HDL CHOLESTEROL RATIO TRIGLYCERIDES VLDL CHOLESTEROL
VITAMINS (3)
VITAMIN B-12 25-OH VITAMIN D (TOTAL) Folate
THYROID (3)
TOTAL TRIIODOTHYRONINE (T3) TOTAL THYROXINE (T4) THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE (TSH)
INFECTION (3)
HIV - I & II HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS II (HSV)-IGG HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS II (HSV)-IGM

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