A study published online in the Journal of the American Medical Association has shown that a simple blood test–using maternal blood, not fetal blood drawn through an amniocentesis or other invasive procedure–can determine with 95 percent accuracy the gender of a fetus at 7 weeks of gestation. Other...
In your first exam for prenatal care is probably going to be the longest appointment and plus they are going to exam everything like Pelvic Pap smear Breast exam Blood Work Pregnancy test Ultrasound Blood pressure Weigh Urine for protein and sugar.
Summary: A new blood test for moms-to-be that can be done as early as 10 weeks of pregnancy is a more accurate way of screening for birth defects and could significantly reduce the false positives that
Every mom deserves to know about her baby's development during the early stages of pregnancy. Fill out this simple form to alert your health insurance provider that you'd like coverage for a prenatal blood test that gives you valuable information about your baby's health.