1st Trimester

According to stages of fetal development, human pregnancy is divided into three trimesters. Among all trimesters, the First trimester is considered the crucial one. During this phase, the female body undergoes major changes for preparing for pregnancy. Therefore, the first trimester symptoms includes nausea, vomiting, mood swings, breast tenderness and sore nipples, fatigue, and frequent urination. It is the developmental phase of the fetal organs and organ system. Moreover, this phase marks the surge of female hormones surge due to fetal uterine implantation and placental growth. Therefore, lack of adequate care and monitoring can lead to miscarriages and birth defects. Accelerating research on pregnancy, Central BioHub offers invaluable access to the hard-to-find human biospecimens obtained from pregnant women well stored at the partnered serum bank. Hurry up, browse our latest inventory and procure samples today. Also, explore advanced search options by clicking CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS, ICD-10-CM CODES, and LABORATORY PARAMETERS.

Show rows
|< < of > >|

Insight to the 1st Trimester Pregnancy Samples We Offer:

Central BioHub presents the world's largest inventory of human pregnancy samples ideal for in-vitro research stored at the serum bank. We offer serum, plasma and urine samples isolated from consented donors from different parts of the world. We provide matrices of pregnancy samples such as human serum and plasma (EDTA plasma, K3EDTA plasma, Li-heparin plasma, sodium citrate plasma) tested for various pregnancy parameters such as human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), luteinizing hormone (LH), progesterone, and prolactin. Moreover, the samples are well annotated with the donor’s medical condition, patient demographics, fetal conditions to enhance the research validity.


Since 2017, Central BioHub is in the frontline of human biospecimen providers, continuously catering to the demands for research specimens from eminent pharmaceutical, biotech, and academic research institutions across the globe. We process every sample request immediately and prepare it for shipment to your location. Our fastest global transport network ensures speedy delivery of ordered samples to your facility. Our top priorities are customer satisfaction and high-quality services. Reach out to us to procure high-quality pregnancy biospecimens online. We are happy to help you!

The first trimester covers the first 13 weeks of pregnancy. In the 4th or 5th week of pregnancy, the fertilised egg implants in the uterus, and the embryo begins to grow. During this period, the person begins to experience the first symptoms of pregnancy ad can be detected by a simple urine test. From the 8th week of pregnancy, the embryo develops into the foetus.
One of the first symptoms is the absence of menstruation. This causes typical pregnancy symptoms. As the pregnancy progresses, the typical pregnancy symptoms often start to appear with noticeable changes in breasts, circulation problems, nausea and vomiting, frequent urination, fatigue and abdominal distention.
During pregnancy, the hormone levels change drastically. Shortly after the uterine implantation of the fertilised egg, the body begins to produce the hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). This has a pregnancy-sustaining effect by stimulating the production of progesterone. Furthermore, the HCG level reaches its peak towards the end of the first trimester. In early pregnancy, an increase in oestrogens causes the breasts to enlarge and prepares them for breastfeeding in the coming months.
Pregnancy can be detected in several ways. The quickest and easiest method is to test for beta-HCG presence in the urine or blood, as this hormone is usually only produced during pregnancy. The detection of the embryo in its gestational sac during ultrasound scanning from the 5th week is the confirmation of pregnancy.
These are the serum samples isolated from the consented pregnant donors, ideal for in-vitro biomedical research. The samples are screened for pregnancy hormones like beta-HCG and are stored at <-18 °C at our suppliers biobank. Central BioHub provides patient information such as the donors, the week of pregnancy, medical history, and multiple pregnancy reports.