Pregnancy check

All pregnant women are entitled to free follow-up care with a midwife and/or general practitioner trough the public sector. If you experience long waiting times or prefer an alternative to your regular doctor, you can visit our skilled general practitioners or gynecologists for prenatal check-ups.

With us, you can get an appointment on the same day, and we assist you with blood tests, referrals to hospitals for delivery, completion of the health card, and ultrasound examinations.

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Prenatal check-up with a general practitioner

✔️ Blood tests

✔️ Completing a health card for pregnant women

✔️ Referral to hospital for place of birth.

✔️ Fixed price, no extras, NOK 695

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Pregnancy control gynecologist

✔️ Requisition of blood samples

✔️ Completing a health card for pregnant women

✔️ Referral to hospital for place of birth

✔️ Early ultrasound.

✔️ Select double time when ordering

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NIPT test from week 10

NIPT stands for Non Invasive Prenatal Test. This is a blood test that analyzes the fetal DNA and can be taken from week 10. Dr. Dropin is an approved requester of the NIPT test (Helsedirektoratet).

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What is an ultrasound during pregnancy?

Ultrasound is a safe and painless examination that uses sound waves to create images of the fetus in the womb.

Why have an ultrasound during pregnancy?

Ultrasound is used to confirm pregnancy, estimate due date, assess fetal growth and development, detect any abnormalities, and determine the number of fetuses.

When are ultrasounds offered during pregnancy in Norway?

Routinely, two ultrasound examinations are offered in the public healthcare system: early ultrasound (week 11-14) and routine ultrasound (week 17-20).

What is an early ultrasound?

Early ultrasound is performed in the first trimester and can confirm pregnancy, estimate due date, and assess the risk of chromosomal abnormalities.

What is a routine ultrasound?

Routine ultrasound is done in the second trimester and provides a detailed assessment of the fetus's anatomy and development.

What is 3D/4D ultrasound?

3D/4D ultrasound provides more detailed images of the fetus in real-time and can be a great way to see the baby before birth.

Is ultrasound safe for the fetus?

Yes, ultrasound is considered safe for both mother and fetus when performed by qualified healthcare professionals.

Can I have an ultrasound at Dr.Dropin?

Yes, Dr.Dropin offers ultrasounds for pregnant women performed by experienced gynecologists. We offer early ultrasound, routine ultrasound, and 3D/4D ultrasound.

How much does an ultrasound cost at Dr.Dropin?

Prices vary depending on the type of ultrasound and any additional services. You can find pricing information on here or by contacting us.

How do I book an appointment for an ultrasound at Dr.Dropin?

You can easily book an appointment online here, through our app, or by calling us.