Planning for pregnancy

Question: i hav only hcg test done it was positive but how i confermed that i am pragnant and doctor take a blood test it hcv hiv nd hepatitis...so these blood test are confermed pragnant blood test

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Answer: During the first trimester of pregnancy, you will have to go through the following tests: 1. Blood Tests: Your blood sample will be taken to conduct tests for: Immunity to Rubella Immunity to chicken pox Hepatitis B Syphilis HIV Hemoglobin levels Rh status Blood group Exposure to toxoplasmosis Ultrasound will also be done to confirm the pregnancy and calculate the due date. 2. Urine Tests: Urine samples will be taken for checking: Whether you have any infection in the urinary tract or kidney. Level of HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin). Presence of glucose in urine. Apart from the above routine tests, screening might also be done for risks of certain diseases: Pregnancy associated Plasma Protein screening is done to ascertain normal chromosome levels in the body and rule out genetic disorders. Nuchal translucency will be checked through ultrasound tests. It helps to rule out presence of Down syndrome. Second Trimester Tests During Pregnancy: Once you have crossed the crucial first three months, you can be a bit relaxed. Still, there are some vital tests to be carried out. Triple or quadruple marker test. The common tests are: 1. Blood Tests: @Blood tests will be conducted for, @Spinal Tube defect @Down syndrome @Gestational diabetes by measuring blood sugar levels. 2. Urine Tests: To check, Preeclampsia UTI (urinary tract infections) 3. Ultrasound Tests: Ultrasound tests will be done to Ensure that the growth of the baby is normal according to the age of pregnancy. Confirm presence of multiple fetuses. Measure length of cervix. Check fetal movements. Third Trimester Tests During Pregnancy: This period is crucial and check-ups are done for a number of things. 1. Ultrasound Tests: Ultrasound tests can be done to check: Level of amniotic fluid. Growth of the baby by measuring her thigh bones, head and midsection. Position of the baby to determine whether you would need a caesarian section. In case you are overdue, the tests might check the heartbeat and well-being of baby. The location of the placenta and cervix.
Answer: These are screening test which are done to detect any infection present in maternal blood stream. The tests are recommended to protect your health through early treatment and care, and to reduce any risk of passing an infection on to your baby, your partner or other family members.
Answer: The tests are recommended to protect your health through early treatment and care, and to reduce any risk of passing an infection on to your baby, your partner or other family members.
Answer: Yes absolutely. once it's confirmed you are pregnant, these screening test are proposed.