Tests for Women
A Complete Blood Count (CBC) with ESR (Erythrocyte Sedimentation rate) test is a blood test done to measure the number of RBCs, WBCs, and platelets in the body.
An FBS test measures the sugar levels present in the blood. This blood test is done after an overnight fast.
This blood test is done to determine the Rh (rhesus) factor of the foetus. It is usually done during the first trimester of pregnancy.
This test is done to determine whether the pregnant mother has any thyroid diseases that may affect the baby. This is because a high TSH level can lead to miscarriage.
Rubella IgG test is done on women before, during, and after pregnancy to see how immune they are to rubella. It also tells if a pregnant woman has recently been exposed to rubella.
Usually done during the first prenatal visit, a pap smear identifies changes in the cells present in the cervix that may lead to cervical cancer.
A pelvic ultrasound scan is a non-invasive method that gives images to examine the organs and structures in the female pelvis, like the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes.
Pregnant women need to take gynaecologist consultations to maintain their and the baby’s health. This includes prenatal screening, lab tests, and exams to evaluate the size, growth, and position of the baby in the uterus.
- The HIV test analyses the presence of HIV virus in the mother's body.
- The HbsAg test is done to detect the presence of the hepatitis B virus in the blood.
- The HCV is done to detect the presence of hepatitis C virus in the body.
- The VDRL test is done to identify the presence of Syphilis in the blood.
Tests for Men
A semen analysis test is done in men by collecting the semen and analyzing it for sperm count, motility, and quality of the sperm.