USG Scan - Third Trimester Test in Chennai

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Home sample pickup available Tondiarpet, Chennai
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Home sample pickup available Perambur, Chennai
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Home sample pickup available Velachery, Chennai
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Home sample pickup available Alwarpet, Chennai
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About USG Scan - Third Trimester Test

Ultrasounds during pregnancy are done thrice: in the 12th week, 24th week and the 36th in the first , second and third trimesters respectively. A lot of people choose to skip the 3rd trimester but it is the most significant out of the three for the following reasons:

  • monitor the fetus’ growth and position (breech, transverse, cephalic, or optimal)
  • determine the baby’s sex
  • confirm multiple pregnancies
  • check for congenital abnormalities or birth defects
  • examine the fetus for structural abnormalities or blood flow problems
  • monitor the levels of amniotic fluid
  • determine if the fetus is getting enough oxygen
  • diagnose problems with the ovaries or uterus, such as pregnancy tumors
  • measure the length of the cervix
  • confirm an intrauterine death
  • the umbilical cord was seen to be around your baby's neck in an earlier scan
  • the amount of amniotic fluid is more or less than it should be

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