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Focus: Pregnancy care 

Our additional services for prenatal care


In addition, we offer a range of other services (IGel) on request or if medically necessary.  as part of prenatal care. As a rule and if there are no medical indications, these services are not covered by the statutory health insurance companies. However, they can be used by any woman. The costs are billed according to the schedule of fees for doctors and you can ask us in advance.


To the extended prenatal care (IGEl)  counting:


  • additional (more than three) 2D ultrasound examinations

  • 3D and 4D ultrasound

  • Toxoplasmosis screening (IgG antibody determination in the blood at the beginning of pregnancy)

  • Rubella screening (determination of antibodies in the blood at the beginning of pregnancy)

  • Cytomegaly screening (blood test at the beginning of pregnancy)

  • B streptococcus screening  (Vaginal smear between 35 and 37 weeks of gestation)

  • Naturopathic treatment during pregnancy (homeopathy, acupuncture, etc.)

Our prenatal care

The prevention and care of pregnant women is one of the focus areas of our practice. We undertake preventive care according to the maternity guidelines of the Federal Joint Committee of Doctors and Health Insurance Funds. These include regular monitoring and examinations as well as detailed information and advice before, during and after pregnancy. The compulsory benefits include:


Initial examination in / from the 6th week of pregnancy

  • Creation of the mother's passport

  • Examination for Clamydia

  • Blood typing

  • Antibody search test, rubella test, syphilis search reaction, hemoglobin determination and an HIV test


Follow-up examinations from the 10th to the 40th week of pregnancy

  • 11 maternity check-ups

  • 3 ultrasound examinations (week 9-12, week 19-22 and week 29-32)

  • 6 hemoglobin determinations

  • 1 antibody search test (24th week of pregnancy)

  • 1 sugar load test / diabetes screening (24th-27th week of pregnancy)

  • 1 anti-D prophylaxis  (between 29th and 30th week of pregnancy)

  • 1 Hepatitis B antibody determination - Hbs AG (36th week of pregnancy)

  • CTG from the 30th week of pregnancy


  • In the case of high-risk pregnancies, a close-knit check, including color Doppler sonography, is carried out as standard.


Final examination 6-8 weeks after delivery

  • After the birth, a final examination of the cervix, uterus and ovaries including an assessment of the scars is carried out

  • Hemoglobin determination

  • Blood pressure and weight measurement

  • Final entry in the mother's passport

  • Advice and further  Information on breastfeeding, among other things.

So that you can experience your pregnancy in a completely relaxed manner

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