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When you’re pregnant, you’re making healthcare decisions for two. Shop our prenatal testing options for you and your baby.

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CBC with Differential and Platelet Count Blood Test

A Complete Blood Count (CBC) is used to screen for symptoms such as fatigue or bruising, diagnose disorders such…


Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP 14) Blood Test

The Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) is a group of 14 specific tests designed to provide an overview of the…


Wellness Checkup Blood Test

Purpose of a Wellness Checkup Test The wellness checkup test is a comprehensive health assessment designed for both males and…


Thyroid Panel with TSH Blood Test

The Thyroid Profile with TSH includes 4 tests to evaluate thyroid function.  Thyroid blood tests involve measuring the total level…


Lipid Panel Blood Test

The Lipid Panel is used to evaluate hyperlipidemia (an abnormally high concentration of fats or lipids in the blood)…



TSH Blood Test

The Thyroid-stimulating Hormone (TSH) Test is a blood test used to evaluate thyroid function and diagnose thyroid disorders such…


Lipid Panel with LDL/HDL Ratio Blood Test

This lipid panel with LDL/HDL ratio measures your total cholesterol, triglyceride levels and HDL and LDL cholesterol to help you evaluate…


Antimullerian Hormone AMH Blood Test

This test evaluates the level of AMH in the blood. AMH is a hormone secreted from the ovarian follicles….


Comprehensive Female Hormone Profile Blood Test

A more advanced profile of hormones can help identify the cause of a woman’s menstrual, fertility, sexual or overall…


FSH and LH Blood Test

The FSH test measures the level of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) in your blood. This hormone is produced by…


The Role of Prenatal Blood Tests

The journey to motherhood is an amazing time, and you want to get the best possible start. Prenatal tests give you vital information to help you understand you’re in good health and ready to face the physical rigors of pregnancy. Taking care of yourself means you’re also taking care of your baby during these earliest and important stages of fetal development.

Types of Prenatal Tests

You can get a jump on the pregnancy blood tests your obstetrician would typically order during your first-trimester doctor’s visit.

The Prenatal Blood Test Basic gives you a broad overview of several health markers, such as the presence of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), a complete blood count, and measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) immunity, among others. This test can also be taken if you’re still trying to conceive.

Hormone levels are crucial during the first trimester as an indication of fetal growth. The Prenatal Hormone Panel with hCG Pregnancy Blood Test with Gestational Table not only measures your hormones but can also help pinpoint how far along you are in your pregnancy.

Who Should Get Prenatal Blood Tests?

Any woman in her first trimester should undergo prenatal testing, for herself and her baby. If you are trying to conceive, we recommend Personalabs’ selection of fertility tests.

When to Do Pregnancy Lab Testing

Physicians typically order pregnancy labs during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, usually during one of your earliest doctor’s visits. You might undergo many tests during pregnancy, but these early prenatal tests are important because they may show you need immediate treatment for an issue, such as an STD infection, that could harm your baby. You may choose to get a blood test for pregnancy as soon as you find out you’re expecting so that you can bring the results to your first OB visit.

Get Prenatal Testing Near You

We offer pregnancy blood tests as part of our comprehensive selection of women’s health tests. In addition to fertility and prenatal tests, we also offer hormone tests for womenthyroid function testsheart health blood testsfemale cancer screening tests, and more.

When you purchase a pregnancy blood test from Personlabs, you download the lab order and take it to one of our 4,000-plus partner facilities across the country. You’ll get the blood work done and usually get the results back in 24 to 48 hours. Share the results with your physician from your Personalabs portal or print them out to take to your next appointment. You can also choose to discuss the findings with one of our board-certified physicians during a telemedicine appointment.

As an expectant mom, you want what’s best for your baby. Give your little one the gift of good health by choosing a prenatal blood test from Personalabs. We empower you to make informed healthcare decisions that are best for you both. Find prenatal testing near you today.

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