Prenatal Screening
To ensure that babies are in perfect health before birth, doctors routinely recommend a set of prenatal screening tests, as well as diagnostic tests. Most of these tests are performed from 11 weeks of pregnancy and continue until 13 weeks. While a prenatal screening test will ascertain whether it is a high-risk pregnancy or not, diagnostic tests provide more detailed information about the baby’s health condition, genetic disorders or birth defects. Additional diagnostic tests are advised for women who are at a higher risk of conceiving a child with disorders. Prenatal Screening Tests comprises Ultrasound Scanning as well as Chromosomal and Genetic Screening procedures.


Using perfectly safe ultrasound waves, doctors determine the size and position of the baby in the uterus.

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Chromosomal and Genetic Screening

Genetic screening can reveal vital information about a baby’s genetic makeup in the womb.

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