29 weeks pregnant mother

Question: What is grbs test please reply me

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Answer: Hi, Grbs stands for general random blood glucose test.It will let you know about free glucose levels in capillaries.its done to cross check whether your sugar levels are high or normal.its a normal test to be done in pregnancy,to rule out gestational diabetes.
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Answer: Hello dear. Double marker test is screening blood test in pregnancy. ... So after an NT scan, after which you measure the amount of fluid at the back of the neck of the fetus and with the results, this double marker blood test is done and both the combined, and given a combined result as screen positive or negative. It is usually done after 8 weeks of pregnancy up to 14 weeks. Take care.
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Question: Doctor gave me 2 test those are nt scan and double marker . I want to know what is nt scan and double marker test?? and why Doctor gave me this type of test??? please reply me
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