Prenatal Tests In 3rd Trimester

August 21, 2017

Prenatal Tests In 3rd Trimester

Your baby is almost here! You’ll be visiting the doctor every other week until around 36 weeks.

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Your doctor will measure your fundal height, which measures the distance from the top of the uterus to the pubic bone, which tells you the baby’s growth rate. He will also weigh you and examine your face, hands and ankles for swelling, which is a sign of pre-eclampsia.

Ultrasound Scan
You will have to go for an ultrasound scan that measures the foetal size and growth, body movement, foetal breathing, heart rate and the amount of amniotic fluid surrounding the body. The baby’s position is also determined at this stage. The condition and position of the placenta is also confirmed. While ultrasounds are non-invasive and low-risk, you should not go for more than two ultrasound scans unless medically necessary to avoid unnecessary exposure.

3D, 4D Scanning
3D and 4D Scanning allows the images to be rotated in various planes, providing a view of the foetus from various angles. In cases where foetal anomalies have been found, your doctor can more easily assess the seriousness of the condition.

Doppler Ultrasound
Doppler ultrasound is used throughout your pregnancy to examine the foetus, assess amniotic fluid and look for birth defects. It is also used to check the blood flow of the foetus which indicates if it is receiving enough blood, nutrients and oxygen from the placenta.

Group B Streptococcus (GBS)
Group B strep is present in up to 30% of all healthy women and is harmless to the women who have it but during birth can be transmitted to the baby, causing a serious infection. Vaginal and rectal swabs are taken at 35 to 37 weeks of pregnancy to detect group B strep bacteria. There are no known risks associated with having the test, so play it safe through testing – and if necessary, treatment – for GBS.

CTG (Cardiotopograph)
This assesses the foetal heart rate during pregnancy, labour and delivery. It can be done any time after 20 weeks.

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Size Chart
 Maternity & Nursing 
Tops / Dresses / Bottoms
Spring Size XS S M L XL XXL XXXL
US 2 4 6 8 10 12 14
UK 8 10 12 14 16 18 20
EU 34 36 38 40 42 44 46
FR 36 38 40 42 44 46 48
IT 38 40 42 44 46 48 50
Bust (inch) 34 36 38 40 42.5 45 47.5
Bust (cm) 86.5 91.5 96.5 101.5 108 114.5 120.5
Hips (in) 36 38 40 42 44 46 48
Hips (cm) 91.5 96.5 101.5 106.5 111.5 117 122
 
Intimates
Panties
Spring Size S–M L–XL
US 4 6 8 10
UK 10 12 14 16
EU 36 38 40 42
FR 38 40 42 44
IT 40 42 44 46
Hips (in) 38 40 42 44
Hips (cm) 96.5 101.5 106.5 111.5
 
International Size Conversion
AU/NZ US UK EU/CN
12B 34B 34C 75C
12C 34C 34D 75D
12D 34D 34DD 75E
12DD 34DD 34E 75F
14B 36B 36C 80C
14C 36C 36D 80D
14D 36D 36DD 80E
14DD 36DD 36E 80F
14E 36E 36F 80G
16B 38B 38C 85C
16C 38C 38D 85D
16D 38D 38DD 85E
16DD 38DD 38E 85F
16E 38E 38F 85G
18C 40C 40D 90D
18D 40D 40DD 90E
18DD 40DD 40E 90F
20D 42C 42DD 95E
20DD 42DD 42E 95F
 
Baby/Kid Size Chart

Rompers, Tops & Pants

Spring Size

Height (cm)

Weight (kg)

0–3 months

55–61

3.6–5.7

3–6 months

62–67

5.7–7.5

6–12 months

68–78

7.5–11

2 years

79–86

11.1–13.6

3 years

87–94

13.7–15

Non-Apparels 

Accessories

Item

Size (cm)

Pillow

30.5 × 12.5 (S)

44 × 35 (L)

Bolster

39.5 × 12.5 (S)

60 × 14 (L)

Bedsheet

132 × 71 × 15

Receiving Blanket

76 × 76

Swaddle

55.9 × 40.6