Preconception Health Checkup Package
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is preconception screening?
A preconception checkup is a medical examination performed prior to pregnancy to ensure that you are healthy when you become pregnant and to predict the likelihood of having a child with an inherited genetic disorder.
2. Why do you need a preconception checkup?
One of the best ways to ensure that there are no pre-existing health issues that could harm the baby is to take a preconception chekup before getting pregnant. Pre-conception checkup usually include a thorough examination of your medical history, such as your medical history and vaccinations.
3. What is included in a Preconception Health Checkup Package?
MedicoverPreconception Health Checkup Package includes 9 Investigations + 1 Specialist Consultation.
4. Why is an HIV test done?
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing determines whether you're infected with HIV, a virus that weakens your immune system and can lead to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Some HIV tests check for antibodies that your immune system produces in reaction to HIV infection.
5. What is Preconception Health Check?
A preconception test before pregnancy is one of the best ways to endure that there are no pre-existing health issues that can harm the baby. Usually, the pre-conception tests include a detailed evaluation of your medical history, for instance, your medical history, vaccination, and so on.
6. What is a Pap Smear test?
Yes, the serum creatinine test is included in the Cancer Screening Package- Women. A creatinine test is done to check how well your kidneys are performing their job of filtering waste from your blood.
7. What is a thyroid-stimulating hormone blood test?
A thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) test is a common blood test used to evaluate how well the thyroid gland is working. The thyroid gland is found in the front of the neck, near the lower jaw. The test can tell you if it's overactive (hyperthyroidism) or underactive (hypothyroidism). A thyroid problem can also be detected before any symptoms appear. Thyroid disorders can lead to serious health concerns if left unchecked.
8. Why is CBP (Complete Blood Picture) test important?
A complete blood count (CBC) is a routine blood test used to assess your overall health. The blood test can help to diagnose a wide range of conditions, disorders, diseases, and infections, including Anemia (when there aren't enough red blood cells to carry oxygen through the body). Bone marrow disorders, such as myelodysplastic syndromes.
9. What is serum calcium?
A blood test is to determine the quantity of calcium in the blood is known as serum calcium. The test is used to screen for, diagnose, and monitor a variety of bone, heart, nerve, kidney, and tooth problems. If a person exhibits signs of a parathyroid problem, malabsorption, or an overactive thyroid, the test may be recommended.
10. Why random blood sugar test is done?
Blood glucose tests done at various intervals can help you detect hyperglycemia and minimize the chance of developing chronic problems. Testing the blood glucose levels at different times throughout the day can assist you in managing your diabetes and lowering the risk of complications.