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Re: Lab Tests

Posted: Tue Oct 05, 640517 10:58 pm
by MomTimesThree
Welcome. It can be helpful to have a pre-conception appointment with your OB or MFM (high risk OB) to review labs that may have been done in your previous pregnancy as well as labs to look for any underlying issues. When you become pregnant, it is common to do a 24 hour catch early in your pregnancy to get a baseline of any protein.

Best of luck and keep posted as you're able!
Lauren

Lab Tests

Posted: Thu Sep 23, 640517 11:30 am
by kerric
Hi Folks,

I had pre eclampsia at 38w1d with my son who was born in November (he was born at 38w5d). I do plan to start trying to conceive again next year and I was wondering what labs are important to have reviewed. I've been a lurker for a while, it's nice to finally make myself known lol

Thanks,
Kerri