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Chorionic villus sampling
Chorionic villus sampling (CVS) is a test you may be offered during pregnancy to check if your baby has a genetic disorder, such as Down’s syndrome.
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Pregnancy and baby
When you first learn that you're pregnant, get in touch with a midwife or GP as soon as possible. Although your first hospital antenatal appointment may not be until you are around 12 weeks pregnant, telling your GP and/or midwife promptly will help to make sure you receive maternity healthcare that takes into account all your health needs and preferences.
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Anal pain (proctalgia)
Anal pain (pain in the bottom) can be distressing, but is often just the result of a minor treatable condition. See your GP for a diagnosis and treatment advice.
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Itchy bottom
Itchy bottom is characterised by a strong urge to scratch the skin around your anus. The anus is the opening at the lower end of the digestive system, where solid waste leaves your body.
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Anal fistula
An anal fistula is a small channel that develops between the end of the bowel, known as the anal canal, and the skin near the anus. The end of the fistula can appear as a hole in the skin around the anus. The anus is the opening where waste leaves the body.
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Anal fissure
An anal fissure is a tear or ulcer (open sore) that develops in the lining of the anal canal. The anal canal is the last part of your large intestine, located between your rectum (where stools are stored) and the opening in your bottom through which you pass stools.
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Anal cancer
Anal cancer, or cancer of the anus, is a rare type of cancer that affects the very end of the large bowel (large intestine). Fewer than 1,200 people are diagnosed with anal cancer each year in the UK.
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Polyhydramnios (too much amniotic fluid)
Polyhydramnios is a common complication of pregnancy, where there's an excessive amount of amniotic fluid surrounding the unborn baby (foetus).
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Amniocentesis
Amniocentesis is a diagnostic test carried out during pregnancy. It can assess whether the unborn baby (foetus) could develop, or has developed, an abnormality or serious health condition.
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Pregnancy and baby
All young children are active, and it’s normal for them to have lots of energy. Children should be active on a daily basis; getting lots of exercise is good for their health and it’s fun
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Abortion
An abortion is the medical process of ending a pregnancy so it does not result in the birth of a baby.
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Prolactin
Prolactin is a hormone produced by the anterior portion of the pituitary gland, a grape-sized organ found at the base of the brain. Normally present in low amounts in men and non-pregnant women, prolactin's primary role is to promote lactation (breast milk production). This test measures the amount of prolactin in the blood.
American Association for Clinical Chemistry 
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