Pregnancy Tests Directory
From the time you find out you're pregnant to the time you have your baby, there are many tests that will help your doctor be sure you and the baby are healthy. They include ultrasounds, blood tests, and for some mothers, birth defects testing. From the first trimester to delivery, get the information you need about prenatal tests. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about which tests are given during pregnancy and much more.
AFP Blood Test During Pregnancy
The level of alpha-fetoprotein in a pregnant woman can show if her baby may have birth defects. It's part of a triple or quad screen. Find out more about this test.
Think you might be pregnant? Consider taking a home pregnancy test. But before you do, learn how pregnancy tests work, when to take one, and how accurate they are.
Pregnancy and the Quad Marker Screen
WebMD tells you why you might choose to have a quad marker screen, a blood test used during pregnancy that may reveal birth defects in the baby.
Prenatal Antibody Testing
Find out what prenatal antibody tests check for and how the results can protect your unborn baby, especially if your blood type is negative.