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What happens if a mammogram is done during pregnancy?

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No you should not have a mammogram during pregnancy at all. If the doctors think there is a reason to examine your breast tissue there are other tests, like an ultrasound that can be done. (Besides double ouch!!) If you had a mammogram before you were aware of the pregnancy, discuss the possible problems with your doctor or midwife.


The cost of a mammogram in Turkey could still depend on where you get it done. There are 12 clinics available in Turkey where you would be able to get a mammogram done.


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It is done during weeks 10-12 of a pregnancy


Pap smears are done to detect cervical cancer and precancerous changes in the cervix. They are typically done during the earlier part of pregnancy, but may be done later if not done early.


Ask doctors, personal physician.


The most common imaging methods are additional views on the mammogram, sometimes called magnification views, and ultrasound.


A bilateral mammogram is a procedure done by a health care expert in order to evaluate breast tissues for abnormalities. These abnormalities could include cysts or breast cancer.


Yes, unless your doctor has advised you otherwise.


they check baby and mother to see whats going on and if anything needs to be done


This can be done after 10-12 weeks of pregnancy using a procedure called chorionic villus sampling (CVS).


Hormonal changes during pregnancy make women more susceptible to urinary tract infections. They are harmful if left untreated, which is normally done with antibiotics.


The glucose challenge screening test, is usually done during the 24th to the 28th week of pregnancy. If you are at increase risk for gestational diabetes or you start spilling sugar in your route urine sample, the test will be done earlier in the pregnancy as need develops. A prior pregnancy where you developed gestational diabetes, if you are obese or if you have given birth to a very large baby in a previous pregnancy you are considered at risk.



Nothing. An EKG is a very safe test during pregnancy and should have no bearing on the health of the fetus. What may be more concerning is the reason you are having the EKG performed.


Assuming you meant "word", it's called abortion if done as an intervention, miscarriage if it happens spontaneously.


Nothing has been done to prevent teen pregnancy


Yes. It should be safe to use the induction cooker safe in pregnancy. But then retrospective study can be done to prove the same.


Studies show that when women receive nurturing touch during later pregnancy, they touch their babies more frequently and lovingly.


Menstruation is the sloughing off of the outermost layer of the endometrial lining as a result of degeneration of corpus luteum. since the released egg during ovulation has ruptured in the absence of fertilization by sperm, intercourse during menstruation does not cause pregnancy. Although, the Ph of the vagina is less acidic during menstrual period, pregnancy still does not occur because there is no egg to fertilize except in rare cases.


When an x-ray is done on the breasts, it is called a Mammogram.


Ultrasound scans are done - for instance to look at the foetus during pregnancy


The risk to the fetus is probably low from the mammogram however I would talk to you doctor about your concerns. I don't think one mammogram during your pregnancy is going to pose a great danger to your unborn baby. "There is nothing to show that ultrasound is in any way harmful to the human fetus if the test is done when medically indicated by people who know what they are doing," Jacques S. Abramowicz, MD, tells WebMD. "But exposures should be kept to the lowest levels needed to achieve the medical aims." Optimally mammograms and ultrasounds should be done after the baby is born. Both mammograms and ultrasound during pregnancy do carry some risks however they would be considered small. Speak to your doctor about your concerns. Every patient and situation is different so it is best you be evaluated by a professional.


Pre-natal: before conception Ante-natal: During pregnancy Post-Natal: after the pregnancy there are so many tests that are done, some compulsory and some optional, some are blood tests some are urine tests and some are just measurement tests.


when you go to the doctor and have a blood test done. This can be done anytime after 4 to 5 weeks of pregnancy.