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- Complete blood count,
- Fasting blood sugar,
- Malaria RDT
- HIV screening,
- Hepatitis B screening,
- Syphilis test,
- Liver function test,
- Renal function test,
- Lipid profile,
- Blood Grouping,
Microgynon Ed Fe Tablet contains Ethinylestradiol and Levonorgestrel as active ingredients. Microgynon Ed Fe Tablet works by inhibiting ovulation; stopping ovaries from releasing an egg; Microgynon Ed Fe Tablet is used to prevent pregnancy when taken within 72 hours of having unprotected sex.
Avoid pregnancy for up to three years, Prevention of pregnancy, Hormonal contraceptive, Reduces or stops the short-term changes of menopause and other conditions.1,500UGX
This is the process where a doctor physically checks a patient or client to assess their condition or health status.. This would include a general body check Respiratory system, Cardiovascular system, Abdomen, Central Nervous system, and Musculoskeletal system25,000UGX25,000UGX
Microgynon Ed Fe Tablet contains Ethinylestradiol and Levonorgestrel as active ingredients.Microgynon Ed Fe Tablet works by inhibiting the ovulation; stopping ovaries from releasing an egg;Microgynon Ed Fe Tablet is used for Avoid pregnancy when taken within 72 hours of having unprotected sex, Avoid pregnancy for up to three years, Prevention of pregnancy, Hormonal contraceptive, Reduces or stops the short-term changes of menopause and other conditions.5,000UGX
Hepatitis B vaccine is administered against Hepatitis B disease that affects the liver.
Vaccine is given by injection.
A person receives 3 doses of Hepatitis B vaccine.
- Day of first dose.
- 1 month after first dose.
- and 6 months after first dose.
Influenza vaccine is vaccine administered against different strains of influenza virus. Influenza or commonly known as flu is an illness of upper and lower respiratory illness.
Given to both adults and children.
Given by injection.
- Children below 1 year receive 2 doses.
- Adults receive 1 dose every year.
- 1st dose- At 6 months.
- 2nd dose- At 7 months.
- 1 dose every year.
This is the routine health care given to pregnant women in order to prevent or diagnose and manage diseases or conditions that could complicate their pregnancy and to provide information about lifestyle, pregnancy, and delivery. This includes lab tests, medicines, or supplements as well as scans throughout their pregnancy period.
Comprehensive Antenatal Care (ANC) Includes;
- Initial consultation with a doctor.
- Lab tests at the start of the antenatal care (HIV test, Hep B screening, Urinalysis, Syphilis, Malaria, Blood grouping, Blood HCG, CBC)
- All medicine needed throughout the pregnancy period (Folic Acid, FeFo, Mebendazole, Fansidar)
- Antenatal card provision
Hepatitis B vaccine provides protection against Hepatitis B, a viral infection of the liver, which is spread when one gets in contact with body fluids (blood, saliva, semen, vaginal fluids, sweat) of a person with the disease. The vaccine is given intramuscular (IM) on your arm. You should get a total of 3 doses spaced out at 0, 1 and 6 months from the time you get the first shot.
Get screened for Hepatitis B before vaccination, persons with negative Hepatitis B test results qualify for the vaccine. For those getting a 2nd or 3rd dose, proof of documentation of previous doses is required50,000UGX50,000UGX