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  • Lab Testing for Infertility

     Infertility refers to being unable to get pregnant. The average diagnosis comes after a period of assessment (1 year or more) with the couple trying to get pregnant. In some cases, a woman may get pregnant but won’t be able to carry the fetus to term (miscarriage), and this is also noted under the same

  • Lab Testing Related to Pre-Eclampsia

     Pre-eclampsia is among the more severe conditions that can impact women who are pregnant. This condition is diagnosed when a pregnant woman displays three different factors. The first is hypertension or high blood pressure. The second is proteinuria or protein in the urine output, and the third is swelling of her feet, hand, and/or face.

  • Pregnancy and Lab Testing

    During pregnancy, a fetus develops inside a woman’s uterus and is eventually born as an infant after a period of approximately 9 months. There are a number of clinical lab tests that can be used before, during and after pregnancies. These tests give out useful information from the conception phase to the initial days of the newborn’s

  • Vaginosis and Vaginitis (Yeast Infection) Lab Testing: What You Should Know

     Vaginosis (yeast infection) is a bacterial infection/inflammation commonly caused by the overgrowth of bacteria in the vagina. Vaginitis can also be defined as the inflammation of the vagina caused by several factors, including an irritant, allergy, and a decrease in estrogen levels. Vaginitis is very popular with women in the childbearing age. This bacterial infection

  • Laboratory Tests And Menopause

    Menopause is the stage in a woman’s life when her regular menstrual periods have ceased for 12 months, at least, and she cannot become pregnant any longer. This is a natural part of a woman’s aging process. Menopause can take place at any time after 35 years old, but typically it takes place when a

  • Bacterial Vaginosis – Fact Sheet

    All women are at risk of developing Bacterial Vaginosis. Getting this condition will increase your chances of contracting a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Bacterial Vaginosis Defined: Bacterial Vaginosis is a condition that occurs when there is an excess of certain bacteria in the vagina. This condition directly impacts the natural bacterial balance in the vagina.