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Test package for registration of pregnancy

206.00 €

Pregnancy registration analyses are essential to mitigate the health risks of the mother and child. Changes in a woman's body such as inflammation, hormonal disorders, metabolic changes can affect the child's life and health. It is reasonable to find out your health status at the beginning of pregnancy and, if necessary, to carry out further studies or start treatment in a timely manner.

Questions to which you will find answers by having the tests.

  • What is my overall state of health?
  • Don’t I have any hidden health problems - infection, inflammation, anemia or carbohydrate metabolism disorder (e.g. diabetes) that could endanger pregnancy?
  • Do I have any hidden illnesses that would prevent pregnancy carrying to term?
  • Does the thyroid function normally?
  • What are the levels of iron, folic acid and vitamin D in the body?


  • PAP test and infection disease analysis

    • Estimates for cervical pre-cancer conditions: fluid-based gynecocytology (LBC).
    • Estimates the presence of sexually transmitted infections: chlamydia (Chlamydia trachomatis).


  • ABO blood type, Rh factor, erythrocyte antibodies

    • In addition to the pre-pregnancy determination of blood type and Rh factor for the assessment of Rh incompatibility risk, it is important to perform a study of anti-erythrocyte antibodies.
  • Hemogram

    • General overview of the condition of the body;
    • Enables diagnosis and monitoring of a number of diseases and conditions affecting blood cells, such as anemia, infection, inflammation, bleeding disorders, tumors;
    • Indicates the status of the immune system;
    • Indicates the oxygen-carrying capability.
  • Serum ferritin

    • Shows the body's iron reserves.
  • C-reactive protein

    • A sensitive marker of inflammation that may indicate a latent inflammatory process in the body.
  • Glucose

    • High values may indicate diabetes;
    • Elevated glucose values threaten both the development of the foetus and the normal course of pregnancy.
  • Glycosylated haemoglobin (HbA1c)

    • Marker for diabetes diagnosis and following the progress of the disease;
    • Enables identification of people at increased risk of diabetes.
  • Thyroid stimulating hormone or TSH

    • Sensitive marker for assessment of thyroid function;
    • Both, the mother’s underactive or overactive thyroid may threaten both the development of the foetus and the normal course of pregnancy.
  • Vitamin D

    • Low levels are associated with the risk of occurrence of multiple diseases;
    • Essential vitamin for normal development of bones and teeth.
  • Folic acid

    • Folic acid deficiency may cause malformations of the foetus's abdomen, braincase or spine.
  • Detection of blood-borne sexually transmitted diseases

    • AIDS, syphilis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C.
  • Urine strip test

    • To detect urinary tract infections;
    • 10 different parameters are determined, with the possibility of assessing the occurrence of several diseases in case of change.
  • Urine culture

    • For early detection of urinary tract infections.


The nurse's visit should be scheduled for the morning (the blood test should be done without eating, without drinking).


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Monitoring of pregnancy