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During pregnancy, always #WithYouMomToBe!

Having a baby is an exciting and life-changing phenomenon that fills to-be mothers with joy. With this happiness also comes the responsibility of keeping mother and child healthy throughout the pregnancy term. This means regular health check-ups, maintaining a healthy diet, and reducing stress. So, to care for you and your developing baby, Metropolis is #WithYouMomToBe and will guide you through the entire journey from 9 weeks till 9 months.

While you make changes in your diet and lifestyle, it is also required to get several tests done at the various stages of pregnancy. For this, we’re bringing you the PregaPro & PregaPlus pregnancy test packages, along with 25% discount on all blood tests from 9th week till 9 months.

Both these packages are specially curated to include all the important tests you need to get done throughout your pregnancy journey.

Book a PregaPro or PregaPlus package and get 25% discount on all blood tests from 9th week till 9 months, and make sure you and your baby are safe throughout pregnancy.

Prega-Pro is a comprehensive pregnancy package which covers important tests like CBC, Blood Group ABO & Rh Typing, Urine tests, Routine Infection Screen, Thyroid tests, Diabetes Screen, Thalassemia Screening and PregaScreen Dual.

Test Code : P5631

Test Name : PREGA - PRO)


Routine Test: CBC, Blood Group ABO & Rh Typing Urine Tests: Urine Routine Routine Infection Screen: HBsAg- Screening, HCV, TotalAntibody, HIV Duo, VDRL (RPR), Rubelia Virus IgG Antibody Thyroid Tests: TSH, FT4 Diabetes Screen: Random Blood Sugar, HbA1c Diabetes Profile- Gestational Thalassemia Screening: RAbnormal Haemoglobin Studies for Hb variants


Maternal Screening: Pregascreen Dual

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Prega-Plus is a comprehensive pregnancy package which covers important tests like CBC, Blood Group ABO & Rh Typing, Vitamins and Urine culture, Routine Infection Screening, Thyroid tests, Diabetes Screening, Thalassemia Screening, Tests for Partner and PregaScreen Dual.

Test Code : P5269

Test Name : PREGA-PLUS


Routine Test: CBC: Blood Group ABO & Rh Typing Urine Tests: Urine Routine, Urine Culture Routine Infection Screen: HBsAg-Screening, HCV, Total Antibody, HIV Duo, VDRL (RPR), Rubella Virus IgG Antibody Thyroid Tests: TSH, FT4 Vitamins: VITAMIN B-12, VITAMIN D, TOTAL-25 HYDROXY Diabetes Screen: Random Blood Sugar, HbA1c Diabetes Profile Gestational Thalassemia Screening: Abnormal Haemoglobin Studies for Hb variants Tests for Partner: Blood Group ABO & Rh Typing; HIV Duo, Abnormal Haemoglobin Studies for Hb Variants


Maternal Screening: Pregascreen Dual

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15,700 10,999

While Prega-Pro covers important tests required for pregnancy, Prega-Plus is a more comprehensive package that not only covers important pregnancy screenings such as vitamin and urine culture but it also includes various tests for the partner such as Blood Group & RH Typing to find any incompatibility issues and tests like HIV Duo that lets you know if your partner has HIV and Abnormal Haemoglobin Studies that identify chances of having a baby with hemoglobinopathy.

The tests help to detect any early conditions that may affect you or your developing baby during pregnancy. In addition to monitoring maternal weight and blood pressure, urine tests and various blood tests are crucial parts of routine screenings during pregnancy.

Generally in pregnancy the most important thing to monitor are the haemoglobin, platelets and white blood cell count. This test looks at the different components of the blood to check if it is within the correct range..

Very low or high haemoglobin levels are associated with increased foetal risk, so these need to be monitored. Iron deficiency anaemia is also a frequent concern during pregnancy caused by decreased haemoglobin. Changes in platelet levels are observed during pregnancy and a low platelet count means you need to inform your doctor. The total white cell count will frequently be high in pregnancy due to increased neutrophils. However, this is not usually associated with an infection or inflammation. It should still be interpreted with care.

Following parameters must be monitored during the whole 9 months of pregnancy.

Testing for blood groups during pregnancy is essential to identify the risk of having ABO or Rh incompatibility between the baby and the mother. If a mother is Rh negative and her developing baby is Rh positive, the mother’s body can make antibodies against the Rh factor. If not identified early on, it can cause issues in a later pregnancy.

A urine test is used to identify bladder or kidney infections, diabetes, dehydration, and Preeclampsia by screening for high levels of sugars, proteins, ketones, and bacteria. High levels of sugars may suggest Gestational Diabetes, which may develop around the 20th week of pregnancy. Identifying these risks early means getting timely treatment and reducing any complications arising from them.

Serological screening for HBV, HIV, HCV is performed in pregnancy so that effective interventions can be offered to infected women to decrease the risk of mother to child transmission.

HBsAg (surface antigen) is the screening test performed to diagnose current infection with Hepatitis B Virus.

Anti-HCV antibody test is done to screen for Hepatitis C virus infection. Positive results can mean HCV infection (acute or chronic) or a past infection that has since resolved.

HIV duo: Screening for HIV infection in the early antenatal period can reduce mother to child transmission of the virus if appropriate interventions are done.

Rubella (sometimes called German measles) is very dangerous for a pregnant woman and her developing baby. Rubella serology is performed in pregnancy, to confirm that a mother has antibodies in her blood to protect against future infection with the rubella virus.

It is a routine test performed during pregnancy to check if there is a possibility of you suffering from venereal diseases such as syphilis and is recommended to reduce the incidence of congenital syphilis. Untreated maternal infection can lead to adverse pregnancy outcomes or complications.

Adequate treatment of maternal infection is effective for preventing transmission to the developing baby and for treating fetal infection.

It is performed for diagnosis of clinical and subclinical hypothyroidism.

Pregnancy places unique demands on the thyroid gland and thyroid function, the regulator of metabolism. Many pregnant women can experience some kind of thyroid dysfunction, putting themselves and their babies at risk for short and long-term health complications

But with proper monitoring, hypo and hyperthyroidism in pregnancy can be successfully managed with medicines to reduce incidence of these complications.

These tests are performed to check the glucose level in the blood and also to monitor, screen and diagnose diabetes.

Diabetes if detected needs treatment as soon as possible to keep the mother and the baby healthy during pregnancy and delivery.

Pregnancies affected by Gestational Diabetes Mellitus impose a risk for both mother and the baby as the risk of cesarean and operative vaginal delivery and other health complications are high.

Thalassemia is a genetic condition affecting the quantity and quality of hemoglobin molecules in red blood cells. The screening done during pregnancy allows you to find out the chances of having a baby with hemoglobinopathy.

If test results show presence of carrier state, status of your partner is also checked to determine the level of risk for the developing baby.

If both are found to be carriers, genetic counselling and further testing can be undertaken for having a healthy pregnancy.

Vitamin B12 assays measure the levels of Vitamin B12 in the blood.

Vitamin B12 is a vital dietary requirement during pregnancy and an important nutrient for brain development and its functioning.

Vitamin B12 is vital for the formation of red blood cells, as well as for the proper functioning and health of nerve tissue. If left unattended, its deficiency can lead to anemia as well as nerve and brain damage, which may eventually become irreversible.

Vitamin D3 assay is used for assessing the amount of Vitamin D present in the blood.

Vitamin D helps regulate the amount of calcium and phosphate in the body. These nutrients are needed to keep bones, teeth and muscles healthy. Because calcium demands increase during pregnancy, checking vitamin D levels becomes crucial for the mother’s and child’s health.

Pregnancy weeks are grouped into three trimesters, each one with medical milestones for both you and the baby.

A baby grows rapidly during the first trimester (1 to 12 weeks). The brain, spinal cord and organs develop during this stage and the baby’s heart also begins to beat.

During the first trimester, the probability of a miscarriage is relatively high. Seek immediate help if you experience any miscarriage symptoms.

During the second trimester (13 to 27 weeks), your doctor will ask you to get an anomaly scan ultrasound done.

This test checks for any developmental abnormalities. In this stage, you’ll probably begin to feel your baby move and kick.

During the third trimester (28 to 40 weeks), your weight gain will happen quickly and you might feel more tired.

In this stage your baby can now sense light, open and close its eyes. The bones are also formed by this time.

As labor approaches, you might feel pelvic discomfort and your feet might swell. Braxton Hicks contractions, that don't lead to labour, may start to occur weeks before you deliver.

In various stages of pregnancy, you should do a certain routine and specialised tests are important to check your health and that of your developing baby.

After confirmation of pregnancy:

>Routine Antenatal Tests (CBC, Blood Group, TSH, FT4 VDRL, HBsAg, HIV-DUO, Anti HCV, VDRL, Rubella Virus Antibody, Abnormal Hb Studies, Blood Sugar, Urine Routine, Urine Culture, Vitamin D & Vitamin B-12)

>Dating Scan

Between 11-13 weeks (ideal time):

>NT scan and Uterine Artery Doppler Ultrasound

>Maternal Screening (to screen chromosomal abnormalities in the developing fetus)

>Non Invasive Prenatal Screening (10th week onwards)

Between 16-20 weeks (ideal time):

>Quadruple Marker Test

>Detailed Ultrasound Anomaly Scan

Between 28-32 weeks:

>Biophysical Profile on ultrasound

During pregnancy, your body undergoes a lot of changes and while it’s built to handle such transformations, it is not always a comfortable journey.

But Metropolis is there #WithYouMomToBe! So here are some common problems that you may face in various stages of your pregnancy and some ways on how you can deal with them.


>Eat four to five small meals a day, rather than three large meals

>Do not let the stomach remain empty for long hours

>Eat a well balanced diet

Stuffy Nose

>Try saline nose drops

>Use warm compress


>Avoid lifting heavy objects

>While sitting, keep your back straight and well supported

>Try pelvic tilt exercises and back presses

>Perform prenatal yoga under a qualified instructor


>Eat food rich in fiber - whole grains, raw vegetables, fresh & dried fruits

>Drink lots of water and juices and stay hydrated

>Maintain a regular exercise regimen

Leg Cramp

>Increase calcium intake in diet and/or add supplements of calcium

>Perform calf stretches to ease the muscles


>Eat small, frequent meals. Drink plenty of fluids in between meals

>Avoid fatty and spicy foods

>Avoid lying down immediately after a meal

>Talk to your doctor about taking antacids

Shortness of breath

>Maintain correct posture

>Prop yourself up on pillows while sleeping

Swelling in legs and feet

>Increase fluids, reduce salt intake

>Do not sit with your feet down for long periods

>Get your blood pressure checked and inform your doctor

Pregnancy Test Packages



10,000 6,999

Prega-Pro is a comprehensive pregnancy package which covers important tests like CBC, Blood Group ABO & Rh Typing, Urine tests, Routine Infection Screen, Thyroid tests, Diabetes Screen, Thalassemia Screening and PregaScreen Dual.



15,700 10,999

Prega-Plus is a comprehensive pregnancy package which covers important tests like CBC, Blood Group ABO & Rh Typing, Vitamins and Urine culture, Routine Infection Screening, Thyroid tests, Diabetes Screening, Thalassemia Screening, Tests for Partner and PregaScreen Dual.

*Home collection charges will be applicable additionally.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes our laboratory is accredited by the NABL (National Accreditation Board of Testing and Calibration of Laboratories) India & College of American Pathologists (CAP). This accreditation process is carried out every 2 years for NABL & annually for CAP with periodic internal audits carried out twice in a year. All our aforementioned tests are accredited by NABL & CAP.

Sample collection from Home is done by our highly trained team of Phlebotomists who visit your home at a time convenient for you. Our qualified phlebotomists always ensure the highest safety standards for blood sample collection from home. To book a blood test at home, simply call on 8422-801-801 or by submitting your details in the above form.

You can reschedule your health checkup at home/diagnostic screening appointment by calling our customer care helpline 8422-801-801 at least 3 hours before your scheduled appointment.

Reports will be delivered on your registered email id with a TAT (Turnaround time) of 24 hours.

You can download your blood test reports online by visiting our website and clicking on the download report tab. Ensure to keep your Visit ID (VID) handy in order to access the report.

We regret the inconvenience caused. While we look into the same, you may also download your blood test reports by visiting our website www.metropolisindia.comand clicking on the download report tab. Ensure to keep your Visit ID (VID) handy in order to access the report.

Additional Home Visit and Safety charges will be applicable for all test and Health packages.

We collect samples from home between 7 AM to 11 PM for (Mumbai) and 7 AM to 9 PM for other cities. we offer Blood collection service on Sunday’s as well.

Please make sure that you follow the testing requirements of 10-12 hours of fasting, if required or as suggested by your physician.

Test samples are processed at our regional laboratories in various cities – Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Bangalore, Delhi and more. You can check out more information here – Our Labs

Yes, the blood sample collection from home is available in the following cities

Mumbai Navi Mumbai Pune Chennai
Bangalore Delhi Ahmedabad Alibag
Amritsar Aurangabad Bareilly Bhopal
Bilaspur Calicut Chandigarh Cochin
Coimbatore Dhule Faridabad Gandhidham
Ghaziabad Gurgaon Guwahati Howrah
Indore Jabalpur Jaipur Jalandhar
Khanna Kolhapur Kolkata Lucknow
Ludhiana Morbi Muktsar Nagpur
Nashik Noida Panjim Panvel
Patna Perumbavoor Pondicherry Solapur
Thane Thrissur Varanasi Vyttila
Rajkot Trichy Ranchi Salem
Madurai Kollam Kannur Alleppey
Vadodara Ahmednagar Pondichery Surat
Kalyan Dombivali Bhiwandi Goa
Raipur Sangli Dhanbad Darbhanga
Sirsa Vashi Navsari Badlapur

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