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Giving blood tests

Giving blood tests at the Fetal Ultrasound Center

 

Blood tests can be given at the Fetal Ultrasound Center every workday. The date and time of giving blood must be confirmed with the administrator of the Fetal Ultrasound Center.

 

You can eat as normal before giving blood tests to check the necessary hormones for doing the OSCAR test and for assessing the risk of preeclampsia. It is not advised to eat before giving blood tests for the registration of pregnancy and for the glucose tolerance test.

 


 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we ask you to come to the midwife's or nurse's appointment to give blood tests without children and a support person.

 


 

Giving blood tests outside of the Fetal Ultrasound Center

 

Patients who live outside of Tallinn can provide blood tests at fourteen different blood collection points all over Estonia.

 

If you want to have an OSCAR test or an ultrasound examination during the later stage of pregnancy and a risk assessment of preeclampsia, you must book an appointment for providing blood tests with the help of our administrator.

 

  • A blood test for the OSCAR test can be provided in the 11th–13th+6 gestational week.
  • To assess the risk of preeclampsia, a blood test can be provided in the 19th-22nd and 35th-37th gestational week.

 

The accuracy of the OSCAR test is highest if the levels of pregnancy hormones are measured in the 11th gestational week and if the ultrasound examination is carried out in the 13th gestational week.

 

Our administrator will help you calculate the exact size of your pregnancy based on the data you have provided, and therefore recommend a specific date for providing a blood test. We advise you to have an ultrasound examination with your current gynaecologist or midwife before your appointment with us in order to specify the size of your pregnancy and your due date.

 

Personal identification is necessary at the blood collection points, therefore we ask you not to forget to bring your identification document with you when going to give blood.

 

If you wish to provide blood tests in Haapsalu, Kärdla, Rakvere, Paide or Rapla, our administrator will send you a letter of referral beforehand via e-mail which must be printed out and taken with you to the lab. At the blood collection points of other towns, you do not need our letter of referral to provide blood tests.

 


 

  • At the blood collection points, no costs will be presented to you for the analyses ordered by the Fetal Ultrasound Center. You will pay for the analyses at the Fetal Ultrasound Center. Providing blood tests is free of charge.
  • If you want additional analyses that the Fetal Ultrasound Center has not ordered for you, you will have to pay for it yourself at the blood collection point.
  • For the Panorama test, Vistara test, and Horizon test, blood can only be given at the Fetal Ultrasound Center.
  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we ask you to wear a disposable medical mask at the blood collection point.

 


 

If you have given blood outside of Tallinn, we advise you to arrive at the Fetal Ultrasound Center at least 15 to 20 minutes before your ultrasound examination, so that the midwife or nurse can measure your blood pressure, weight and take a detailed anamnesis concerning the obstetrics. This information is necessary for the risk calculation program to calculate the fetal chromosomal risk and/or Your risk of preeclampsia. Keep in mind that the risk calculations are more accurate when blood pressure and weight are measured on the day of the ultrasound examination.

 

Blood collection points

 

  • Tallinn

    Fetal Ultrasound Center
    A.H. Tammsaare tee 47, Pearu Tower, IV floor
    Tel: 656 6162

    Mob: 5210046
    Blood collection on weekdays from 8:00-12:00 
    See the map:

  • Tartu

    Synlab Eesti OÜ Tartu Clinical Laboratory
    Teguri 37b, I floor
    Blood collection on weekdays from 8:00– 15:30 
    See the map:

     

    Synlab Estonia Tasku blood collection point
    Gildi 8, III floor, room 318
    Blood collection on weekdays from 8:00-12:00 
    See the map:

  • Rakvere

    Rakvere Hospital
    Lõuna põik 1, Rakvere
    Rakvere Hospital Foundation
    Blood sampling Mon – Thu 09:00–13:00
    See on the map:

  • Pärnu

    Synlab Eesti OÜ Pärnu Laboratory
    Seedri 6 (Tervis SPA), room 215
    Blood collection on Monday - Thursday 08:00-15:00; On Friday 08.00-13:00.
    See the map:

  • Kärdla

    Hiiumaa Hospital
    Rahu 2, Kärdla
    Hiiumaa Hospital Foundation, 1st floor
    Blood sampling Mon – Thu 09:00–13:00
    See on the map:

  • Kuressaare

    Kuressaare General Medical Practice

    Aia 25a. D-Section of Kuressaare Hospital (the former polyclinic), I floor

    Blood collection on weekdays from 8:00-16:00
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  • Rapla

    It will soon be possible to have a blood test

  • Haapsalu

    It will soon be possible to have a blood test

  • Paide

    Vee Perearstikeskus
    Vee 6, Paide
    Blood collection on Monday - Thursday 08:00-11:00
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  • Viljandi

    Synlab Eesti OÜ Viljandi Laboratory
    Turu 8/10, II floor, room 216
    Blood collection on Monday - Thursday 08:00-14:00; On Friday 08:00-12:00.
    See the map:

  • Narva

    Synlab Eesti OÜ Narva Laboratory
    Fama 10/3, room 14
    Blood collection on weekdays from 7:30-12:30
    See the map:

  • Jõhvi

    Synlab Eesti OÜ Jõhvi Laboratory
    Jaama 34, I floor, room 16
    Blood collection on weekdays from 8:00-13:00 
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  • Võru

    Synlab Eesti OÜ Võru Laboratory
    Jüri 19a, room 412
    Blood collection on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:00 to 14:30, Thursday from 8:00 to 17:00; Friday 08: 00-13: 00
    See the map:

  • Elva

    Synlab Eesti OÜ Elva Laboratory
    Supelranna 21, room 127
    Blood collection on weekdays from 8:00-12:00 
    See the map:

  • Põltsamaa

    Synlab Eesti OÜ Põltsamaa Laboratory
    Lossi 49, Põltsamaa
    Blood collection on Mo-Thu from 8:00-15:00, Fr 8:00-12:00 
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