Time For Ultrasound And Toxo Check In Pregnant Women With A History Of Miscarriage?
I got my first pregnancy miscarriage, but I haven’t tested the cause of the miscarriage because of what. Now I am pregnant again 4 weeks and 4 days. When should I get an ultrasound? Can I test torch, rubella, et al?
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Congratulations for the pregnancy, I hope the pregnancy is now smooth, the mother and fetus are always healthy. Basically, for antenatal care at least 4 times. 1 time in the first trimester, 1 time in the second trimester, and 2 times in the third trimester. Ideally, from the beginning of pregnancy until the age of 7 months of pregnancy, the mother needs to do a pregnancy checkup once every 1 month, then proceed with every 2 weeks at 8 months of pregnancy to once a week at 9 months of pregnancy until the time the mother gives birth later. Pregnancy checks generally include:
Examination of the mother's vital signs, height and weight, blood, urine, and detection of certain diseases such as diabetes and hypertension. Physical examination of pregnant women by leopold examination The condition of the fetus, its heart rate, the suitability of growth with gestational age, position, sex, possible birth defects, and others using ultrasound. In addition, the condition of the amniotic fluid, placenta, and other ultrasound in the first trimester is carried out to determine the gestational age, whether there are pregnancy sacs and their contents, and to rule out the possibility of wine pregnancy. Another important thing in the first trimester is the TORCH examination. TORCH examination is performed on women who are planning a pregnancy or pregnant women in the first trimester to ensure the presence or absence of Toxoplamosis, Rubella, Cytomegalovirus, and Herpes Simplex. This examination is a simple examination that is not too risky. By doing this TORCH test, the doctor can determine whether pregnant women suffer from the infections mentioned above. If positive, it is very risky for the disease to spread to the fetus. So, immediately consult a gynecologist about the condition of your pregnancy and your previous pregnancy history. I hope this helps