TORCH TEST IN PREGNANCY
Know Your Baby’s Health and Save Your Pregnancy Faster With The Test You Can Trust
TORCH infections may lead to fetal anomalies or even fetal loss. Our Lab technicians will come to your home, collect your sample for a test and send accurate results in 48 hours
Healthtracka provides a cost-effective solution
for testing TORCH infections from the comfort of your home.
How the TORCH Test In Pregnancy Works
Order for your TORCH test, select and pay for the preferred package.
Choose to have our medical team come in for home sample collection or visit one of the listed laboratories near you for your sample collection.
Your digital results will be sent to your email within 24 hours of getting your samples taken.
You can view or download the results to share with your doctor.
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“Healthtracka TORCH Test is a great one. I thought I would have to go through a lot of hassle to get my results but it was easy, fast and professional.”
“I felt safer and more secure having this at-home TORCH Test done for me by Healthtracka.”
“My results came in very good time”
“I’m impressed by the professional way my test was handled”
Healthtracka is a digital health platform that offers the best at home health tests in Lagos with easy to read diagnostics test results.
With Healthtracka, you can book your health screening test from the comfort of your home and get your test results within 1-3 days via email.
Our laboratory partners are the best private pathology laboratories at the forefront of diagnostic testing in Nigeria. our partner labs have the highest level of accreditations including ISO and MLSCN certifications.
All test results are reviewed and confirmed accurate by Medical professionals before being released.
TORCH Test In Pregnancy FAQ
You should take those test if:
YYur results can either be “positive” or “negative.” A positive test result means IgG or IgM antibodies were found for one or more of the infections covered in the screening. This can mean that you currently have, have had in the past, or have been previously vaccinated against the disease.
A negative test result is generally considered normal, unless it is for a disease that you should be vaccinated against.
A negative test result means no antibodies were detected, and there’s no current or past infection. Your doctor will explain the test results and review with you what they each mean.
As with all our tests, we encourage you to share your results with your health care provider as he/she can best offer guidance in pregnancy health questions as well as advice about potential infection treatment. If your healthcare provider identifies a health issue or provides an infection diagnosis, they may refer you to a health specialist for further care.
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