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3rd Trimester

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The third trimester is the last stage of pregnancy. The female body is fully prepared for childbirth and may experience over-excitement and anxiety as the delivery date approaches. On the other hand, extreme care should be taken during the third trimester pregnancy to avoid complications during labor and to obtain positive neonatal outcomes.

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The 3rd trimester starts in week 29 and ends in week 40. During this period, the unborn baby will be fully grown with a fully functional organ. Developmentally, the baby will be ready for its first cry. Due to the limitation of clinical research on pregnant women, It is very challenging to treat any disease condition during pregnancy. Therefore, fostering in vitro research on pregnancy biospecimens is crucial for understanding the exact mechanism and physiological function. 

Insight to the 3rd Trimester Pregnancy samples for research:

Central BioHub is the smart solution for your research needs. Since 2017, we are one of the trusted global biospecimen providers catering to the research needs of researchers worldwide. We offer well-preserved, high-quality third trimester human biospecimens ethically derived from consented donors to improve research. Boosting biomedical research on third trimester pregnancy, we provide serum, plasma, and urine samples obtained from various pregnant women in the 3rd trimester of pregnancy. The third trimester specimens are precisely screened for various pregnancy tests such as human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), luteinizing hormone (LH), progesterone, and prolactin and stored in perfect condition at our supplier's biobank.

Moreover, our pregnant women samples are clinically graded, well-characterized, and well-annotated with clinical information such as medical histories, age, BMI, and week of pregnancy. We are biomedical professionals looking forward to contributing to the betterment of life science discovery and global biospecimen supply. With our smartest online human biospecimen market, we make biosample procurement easier than ever before. 

Discover the ease of accessing vital research materials with Central BioHub’s third trimester biospecimens. Utilize our platform for Pregnancy samples to enhance your research quality. With Central BioHub , you're assured of Pregnancy Biospecimens for Research, delivered swiftly and securely to support your scientific discoveries.Reach out to us to procure third trimester biospecimens and other trimesters pregnancy specimens for research.

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The third trimester begins from the 28th week of pregnancy. This pregnancy trimester includes the time between the 28th and 40th week of pregnancy. The due date is at the end of the 40th week.
The brain, nervous system, and most organs mature and prepare the baby for life outside the mother. The baby turns into the birth position and develops the so-called lung maturity. From the 37th week, the baby would no longer be a preterm child, which means the birth can start at any time.
The 3rd trimester is the most strenuous pregnancy trimester for pregnant women. From the 28th week of gestation, the abdomen grows strongly once again, while the baby continually increases in size and weight. There are symptoms such as heartburn, back pain, sleep problems, shortness of breath, dizziness, frequent urination, and water retention.
A normal birth lasts between 4 and 18 hours and proceeds in 3 phases: The opening period, expulsion period with pressing phase, and the postpartum period. The opening phase is the time from the onset of labor to the complete opening of the cervix. The expulsion phase begins when the cervix is fully opened and ends with the delivery of the child. The discharge of the placenta is called the postpartum period.
Central BioHub provides serum samples isolated from consented donors, ideal for in-vitro biomedical research. The high-quality biospecimens are tested for pregnancy hormones like beta-HCG and stored at <-18 °C at our partners biobanks. The biosamples come with detailed information about the donors age, the week of pregnancy, and information on multiple pregnancies.