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What medical procedures to be followed in first trimester for example is their any injection to be taken at initial stage when to have a checkup, ultrasound, sonography etc.
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Hello, You should maintain regular follow ups with your doctor and get routine blood tests, blood sugar tests, Hiv, Hbsag tests to ensure a healthy pregnancy. Also follow a healthy diet for your and your baby's well-being. You can also visit my clinic International Fertility Centre located in New Delhi for further evaluation. My clinic offers varied gynecological and obstetric treatments and services and ensures that you have a successful treatment. You can share your contact details to reach you.
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Congratulations. Start folic acid 5 MG daily. You can do Beta Hcg blood test if only 5-6 weeks. Consult obstetrician and get ultrasound done. At 5-6 weeks ; it is done to see the sight of pregnancy (intrauterine or extra uterine) At 7-8 weeks ; it is done to see heart beat. At 11 to 14 weeks; it is done to see markers of chromosomal abnormalities and nervous system and interval growth. Do routine blood tests. CBC ;blood group ;TSH; urine routine ; blood sugar levels serum progesterone and  Viral markers. Injections and supporting medicines will depend upon your report. Consult obstetrician.
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Hello, consult doctor immediately once you know you are pregnant. Start taking folic acid, injection may or may not required depending on past history. Blood test required including ultrasound at 7 weeks. Best is meet a doctor and get all your queries answered
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Routine blood examination to find out blood sugar, blood group,anaemia, tests to detect Hiv, Hbsag, syphilis. Urine examination to check for proteins, sugar, infection. Genetic testing involving blood tests and ultrasound.
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