12வது வாரத்தில் இந்த nuchal translucency scan எடுக்கனும்னு சொன்னாங்க.இது எதுக்கு எடுக்குராங்க?என்ன குழந்தைனு எந்த வாரத்தில் தெரியும்? friends?pls help me.

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What is the nuchal translucency screening test?

This prenatal test (also called the NT or nuchal fold scan) can help your healthcare practitioner assess your baby's risk of having Down syndrome (DS) and some other chromosomal abnormalities as well as major congenital heart problems.

The NT test is not invasive. It uses ultrasound to measure the clear (translucent) space in the tissue at the back of your developing baby's neck. Babies with abnormalities tend to accumulate more fluid at the back of their neck during the first trimester, causing this clear space to be larger than average.


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The NT scan must be done when you're between 11 and 14 weeks pregnant, because this is when the base of your baby's neck is still transparent. (The last day you can have it done is the day you turn 13 weeks and 6 days pregnant.) It's usually offered along with an evaluation for the presence or absence of nasal bone, as well as a blood test, in what's known as first-trimester combined screening.

Like other screening tests, an NT scan won't give you a diagnosis. But it can assess your baby's risk for certain problems and help you decide whether you want to have chorionic villus sampling (CVS) or amniocentesis to find out whether your baby is actually affected.

The NT scan is now widely available, and it's offered to all pregnant women in the first trimester. But because the NT scan requires special training and equipment, it may not be available in many smaller institutions.

What are the advantages of first-trimester screening?

First-trimester screening lets you learn about your baby's risk for chromosomal problems relatively early in the pregnancy without subjecting yourself to the slight risk of miscarriage from an invasive test like CVS.

If the risk is low, the results will offer you some reassurance. If the risk is high, you may have the opportunity to consider CVS, which will reveal whether your baby has a problem while you're still in your first trimester. (Keep in mind that CVS is usually done between 11 weeks and 13 weeks, 6 days. So to keep your options open, it's best to complete your first-trimester screening sooner rather than later.)

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