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People with a desire to have children might consider blood tests to detect possible fertility problems or medical conditions. These tests can help improve the chances of a successful pregnancy during treatments iReadmore

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Pregnancy

Are you pregnant or do you want to become pregnant?
Here you will find some studies that may be of interest to you.

Examinations before or during pregnancy

During and after pregnancy, there are several blood tests that can be relevant to assess the health of the mother and baby, and to detect any complications. Here are some of the most relevant blood tests and why they are performed:

During pregnancy:

  • Blood Type and Rh Factor: To determine the mother's blood type and Rh factor, which is important to avoid potential problems if the mother is Rh-negative and the baby is Rh-positive.
  • Hemoglobin and hematocrit iron and ferritin: To detect anemia, which is common during pregnancy.
  • Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT): To detect gestational diabetes. This is not offered by Blood Values Test , however the HbA1c test: The advantage of the HbA1c test is that it is less inconvenient than the GTT because you do not have to be sober and do not have to drink glucose solution. On the other hand, the HbA1c test may be less sensitive than the GTT and cannot always detect gestational diabetes. Therefore, the choice between the GTT and the HbA1c test will depend on your healthcare provider's recommendations and your individual situation
  • Iron levels: To monitor iron deficiency and anemia.
  • Rubella test: To confirm whether the mother is immune to rubella (rubella).
  • Syphilis and HIV testing: To detect infections that may be harmful to the baby.

After pregnancy:

  • Thyroid function tests: Especially if the mother had thyroid problems during pregnancy, as this can affect the health of the mother and baby.
  • Monitoring for infections: Repeat testing for syphilis and HIV if the mother previously tested positive to ensure she receives appropriate treatment.
  • Antibodies to Rh factor: If the mother is Rh-negative and the baby was Rh-positive, a check can be done to see if she has developed antibodies to the Rh factor.

These tests are important to monitor complications during pregnancy and the health of both the mother and baby. They allow health care providers to intervene early if problems arise and provide appropriate care for a healthy pregnancy and delivery. The exact tests and timing may vary depending on the medical history and specific circumstances of the pregnancy. It is important to consult with a health care provider about which tests are relevant to you.

Many clients of Blood Value Test are undergoing treatment abroad and can have the desired blood test done in the Netherlands, close to home, for their foreign doctor. Feel free to email your referral letter with blood tests from your foreign doctor, and we will make you an offer.

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