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Overview

Antenatal period or gestation period (pregnancy) involves various physiological changes in the body. Antenatal Profile includes a series of routine blood and urine tests to check for any abnormalities, infections that may endanger the pregnancy and foetal health. These tests are important for a healthy and safe pregnancy.

WRITTEN BY: Dr.Shibani R Medical Writer, Medical Affairs

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Antenatal Profile 2 Test Price

Metropolis Healthcare is a leading diagnostics centre and pathology lab in India equipped with the latest state-of-the-art technologies that provides the Antenatal Profile 2 Test with a clear pricing structure.

The Antenatal Profile 2 Test Price in Mumbai is ₹ 1,665 .

We are committed to deliver accurate and quality results from the best labs in India with complete transparency regarding test cost and turnaround time. No matter where you are, we strive to offer patients high-quality service that is affordable and accessible.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Helps to know the maternal blood group
  • To detect any abnormalities in blood parameters
  • To rule out any sexually transmitted diseases or infections
  • For diagnosis of diabetes mellitus and thyroid dysfunctions.

Antenatal Profile-II is a routine screening test to measure the CBC, VDRL, Blood Group, HIV, TSH, HBsAg and FBS and also Routine urine examination.

People with the following symptoms:

  • These tests are recommended to be done by all pregnant women as part of routine screening to prevent the risk of congenital infections in the foetus.
  • In case of high risk pregnancies, other specialized tests may also be done apart from the routine screening.

This test requires a blood sample. A tourniquet (elastic) band is placed tightly on the upper arm. The patient is then asked to make a fist. This helps in the build-up of blood filling the veins. The skin is disinfected before needle insertion and the blood sample is collected in vacutainer. The urine sample is also instructed to be collected in a sterile container for urine examination.

8 to 10 hours fasting required, only plain water to be consumed in fasting period.

CBC test

Low hemoglobin levels may indicate anemia, which requires further testing and treatment.

Presence of glucose in urine may indicate diabetes mellitus and further confirmatory tests.

Presence of High pus cell count may indicate urine infection requiring further treatment.

FBS

Elevated levels of blood glucose levels indicate diabetes mellitus (gestational diabetes).

Gestational diabetes is a common condition especially in high risk pregnancies.

TSH(Ultrasensitive)

TSH levels are prone to physiologic, seasonal and diurnal variation.  Abnormal levels (any increase or decrease) should be further investigated.

Blood Group and Rh Typing.

The blood group and Rh positivity status helps to confirm the blood group of the pregnant woman.

HBsAg Screening

Non-reactive result indicates the absence of Hepatitis infection.

All Reactive results must be confirmed by further testing.

HIV-DUO

HIV-DUO is a screening test. Positive result indicates HIV infection and requires further tests to confirm the result.

VDRL- RPR Serum

Rising titres are found in active disease and levels subside after successful treatment.

Positive test should be confirmed by further testing.

Reactive titre is often associated with biological false positives which may occur during pregnancy.

  • Antenatal Test
  • CBC test
  • Urine Test
  • VDRL test
  • Blood group test
  • HIV test
  • Thyroid test
  • HBs Antigen test
  • FBS test
  • TSH test

The fasting blood glucose test measures the glucose or sugar levels in blood post 10-12 hours of fasting period. These levels are measured to know the risk of diabetes during pregnancy.

TSH is a hormone produced by the thyroid gland and is responsible for the production of T3 and T4 hormones. Thyroid hormones have an impact on the physiological bodily functions. During gestation period thyroid levels can have an impact on the maternal and foetal health.

  • Complete blood count (CBC) evaluates cells circulating in blood i.e., haemoglobin levels, red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets which determine general state of heath of an individual. Low haemoglobin levels are often seen during pregnancy which may lead to anaemia.
  • If any abnormality is detected, further tests are recommended.

The blood group test is important to know the blood group of the pregnant woman. The Rh positivity status is important to avoid of Rh incompatibility reactions during childbirth.

Routine urine test is done to detect the presence or absence of any abnormalities in urine that may impact the maternal and foetal health. Urine routine and microscopy is a screening test. Abnormal results may require further tests.

HbsAg test is done to detect the presence or absence of Hepatitis B infection during antenatal period.

HIV-DUO Test is a Screening test for detection of antibodies to HIV type 1 and/or 2 antigens in human serum or plasma.

Rapid Plasma Reagin (RPR) is done to screen presence of Syphilis in people with high risk of contracting infection & as a part of screening panel for all pregnant women (to prevent congenital infections).

RPR helps in monitoring progression of disease and also to assess response to treatment.

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