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Video: Amniocentesis – Mayo Clinic

Amniocentesis is a process in which amniotic fluid is eradicated from the uterus for testing or treatment. Amniotic fluid is the fluid that surrounds and shields a toddler during being pregnant. This fluid is made up of fetal cells and various substances produced by the toddler.

Your health care company will utilize a specific gel to your abdomen and then use a compact device, acknowledged as an ultrasound transducer, to display your baby’s situation on a check. Guided by ultrasound, your health care company will insert a slender, hollow needle by means of your belly wall and into the uterus. A compact quantity of amniotic fluid will be withdrawn into a syringe, and the needle will be eradicated. The compact quantity of amniotic fluid which is eradicated will be changed normally.