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    Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    The guide linked above gives you a look at the most common prenatal tests you can expect to undergo at some point during your pregnancy.

    Everyone's favorite part of being pregnant...all the poking, prodding, and lovely needles we endure! ;)

    From ultrasounds, to glucose testing, to hCG tests and everything in between. Find out what's what and why they may be needed. Just click the link above to check out this informative guide.

    ~Andie
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