Video Courtesy - Rehealthify

12% Moms have hypertension & hemorrhage that are treated in prenatal care*1..

Articles on Prenatal Screening

Nuchal Translucency Scan

A nuchal translucency scan is part of the ultrasound scan that may give an indication of chromosomal abnormality. Learn more about how and when it is performed.


Anomaly Scan

In the second trimester of pregnancy, you may be offered to have an anomaly scan. Learn about what it looks for and when it is performed.


Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS)

Chorionic villus sampling (CVS) is a test carried out during pregnancy to detect specific abnormalities in an unborn baby. A sample of cells is taken from the placenta (the organ that links the mother’s blood supply with her unborn baby’s) and tested for genetic defects.



Amniocentesis is a diagnostic test carried out during pregnancy, usually during weeks 15-20. It can assess whether the unborn baby (fetus) could develop, or has developed, an abnormality or serious health condition.


Screening for Down Syndrome

There are screening tests that can assess your chance of having a baby with Down syndrome. There are also diagnostic tests that will give you a definite diagnosis of Down syndrome and, sometimes, other abnormalities.


Genetic Counseling

Genetic counseling may be recommended for people who have a history of hereditary disorders. Find out more about genetic counseling, whether you may need it and what to expect.


Read more on Prenatal Screening

DISCLAIMER: The material on this website is provided for educational purposes only and is not to be used for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or in place of therapy or medical care. Use of this site is subject to our terms of use and privacy policy.

Copyright © 2014-2020 Mykids Ventures Private Limited..

Copyright © 2014-2020 Mykids Ventures Private Limited