Maternal-fetal medicine is responsible for providing adequate monitoring during pregnancy. Pregnant women, either naturally or through fertility treatment, should undergo regular check-ups with a specialist in prenatal care.
Health care during pregnancy includes:
We are ready to help you in the process of creating a family to make sure that you have a healthy pregnancy, with your baby developing correctly throughout the months.
A prenatal diagnosis to rule out chromosomal abnormalities in fetus development, performed between 11.5 and 14 weeks to indicate if your pregnancy is at higher chance of down syndrome or trisomy 18 (trisomies are a frequent cause of abortion in the first trimestrer). 5% of all pregnancies are at risk for these anomalies, a 1st trimester prenatal screening can detect approximately 85% of them.
The diagnosis generally includes:
Involves an ultrasound examination of the fetus, usually done at around 20 weeks gestation. The level of biochemical markers in the pregnant woman’s blood is measured to detect the risk of certain fetal abnormalities such as:
1.- Schedule your appointment
2.- Talk to our specialist
3.- Prepare your studies
4.- Attend your consultation
5.- Start your treatment plan
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