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Several routine laboratory tests are performed early in pregnancy, including non-invasive prenatal screening and carrier screening. Pregnant individuals are also typically tested for specific diseases and infections throughout pregnancy.
The ovaries have an immensely important role not only in the reproductive system, but in the endocrine system as a whole. The hormones ovaries secrete ensure the proper development of the body and promote healthy fertility.
Fertility challenges affect the reproductive system and is defined by the failure to conceive after 12 months. Fertility testing, such as ovarian reserve, hormone monitoring, and semen analysis, can provide insights to assist in determining a treatment path.
Infectious disease screening and diagnostic testing in individuals may be conducted prior to conception or during pregnancy in order to verify the presence or absence of various infectious diseases and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Cervical cancer is one of the most common types of cancer to affect reproductive organs. Screening tests offer the best chance to catch cervical cancer early and can actually prevent most cancers by identifying abnormal cell changes, allowing them to be treated before they turn into cancer.