once your pregnancy is confirmed, Your doctor will do a blood test for you, medically called the serological examination. In this case, blood is removed from the arm via a cannula.
The Maternity Guidelines provide for six tests, which are therefore also paid by health insurances. You can also have additional additional examinations that may be useful for you. If necessary, you will have to cover the costs for these additional examinations yourself if you instruct your doctor (IGel services).
For example, a test for toxoplasmosis (parasites that can be transmitted via cat droppings or the consumption of raw meat and other foods) does not belong to the health insurance paid studies.
Although the additional examinations may be useful and advisable, you may have to pay the costs yourself if you hire your doctor (IGel services).
Below we have compiled the list of health insurance paid studies and tell you what they are for.