When it comes to prenatal tests we tend to focus on the initial pregnancy test (as in peeing on the stick or seeing the doctor to confirm pregnancy with a blood sample) and the first ultrasound.
Of course, anyone who has delivered a baby in the last few decades will tell you to expect quite a few tests and doctor visits.
The American Pregnancy Association lists 16 common prenatal tests for different stages of your pregnancy. They aren't all required, but it's certainly good to learn what they measure.
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