Routine tests

Ultrasound scans, blood, and urine tests are a normal part of pregnancy, and can help to tell us more about your health and your baby’s.

Group B streptococcus (GBS) infection

Screening for GBS, and having treatment if needed, is a common and routine part of pregnancy.
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HIV screening

It’s best to test.
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Prenatal screening

It is your choice whether or not to have prenatal screening.
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Ultrasound in pregnancy

Ultrasounds provide pregnant women with important medical information. Experts in Canada recommend that all women have an ultrasound when they are pregnant. 
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Kick counts

Counting the kicks is an easy and reliable way to monitor your baby’s well-being. By keeping track of fetal movements, you may reduce the risk of a stillbirth.  
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