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Umbilical Cord Test
As long as it is in : Blood. , it will also show up in the baby's cord blood. How long that is depends upon the particular substance involved. You will have to look that up online yourself. You should obviously not endangering your child's health by using illicit substances during pregnancy. Please get the help you need to stop doing that unless it happens to be an opiate to which case you need to seek specialized counseling at a clinic that specializes in that. Best wishes. ...Read more
About 1 month: Usually newborn urine or meconium is tested not the umbilical cord. Different drugs stay in the system for different amounts of time and detection will vary. Remember that it is crucial you tell your doctor about any drug use. This is about keeping your baby safe not avoiding getting caught. The doctors can best care for your baby is they know the truth. Be open and honest and keep your baby safe. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Right after I give birth can a doctor draw blood from my baby umbilical cord and fathers blood to do a NIPP test at the hospital on spot?
Unlikely: The newer NIPP testing is offered on blood from the mother and designated father as early as 9 weeks of gestation. You can arrange for the placental blood to be drawn and sent to a regular paternity testing centers.Most hospitals will have the information available for you to obtain test kits.It is not covered by most insurance.No hospital I am aware of tests this on site. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I recently had a miscarriage at 18 2 i seen a report of tests done on the placenta and umbilical chord what does it mean when they say umbilical cord ?
PictureWorth1000Wrds: Belly button pain is usually due to a hernia or an infection at the umbilicus. Is the pinch worse w/exercise or exertion? Can you see or feel a little lump at or next to the belly button? Does it look more like an "out-y"? Is there any renders or drainage? Best bet-make an appointment to see a primary care doctor for definitive diagnosis. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not much to worry: Cords like people come in different shapes and sizes. I am not sure of the context of your question-but if the infant is born normally with a non-coiled cord-i am not concerned at all. ...Read more
Not umbilical cord: You should get this checked. It is impossible to know without seeing it, but since the umbilical cord has long since dried up and has become a ligament running along the inside of your abdominal wall called the medial umbilical ligament, it is unlikely to be the cord itself, but it may be a remnant of something else. ...Read more
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