Prenatal Testing

Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test (NIPP)

Non-invasive prenatal paternity test is the safest testing for you and baby during pregnancy. If you need to know the father of your child and are not having twins, learn how it works and where to get it done.

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Glucose Tolerance Test

Glucose tolerance tests are used to help identify gestational diabetes in pregnant women. Learn more about these tests and what to do if your results are abnormal.

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Fetal Non-Stress Test (NST)

A fetal non-stress test indicates if the blood flow and oxygen to the fetus is adequate enough for proper health. Learn more about these tests and what they can uncover.

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Biophysical Profile

The biophysical profile test determines fetal health and well- being resulting from either an examination, maternal/fetal symptoms, or if the pregnancy is considered high risk.

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Triple Screen Test

The triple screen test is usually performed between the 15th to 20th week of pregnancy to measure high and low levels of AFP and abnormal levels of hCG and estriol.

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Quad Screen Test

Similar to a triple screen test, a quad screen test is performed during the 16th to 18th week of pregnancy to assess probabilities of potential genetic disorders.

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Alpha-Fetoprotein Test (AFP)

The Maternal Serum Alpha-Fetoprotein Screening test is a part of the triple screen test which tells if the mother is at risk of carrying a baby with a potential disorder.

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Amniocentesis

Amniocentesis is a diagnostic test that assesses your baby for potential disorders or disabilities. It is usually prescribed following an abnormal triple test result.

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First-Trimester Screening

The first trimester screen test is one of the newer non-invasive evaluation tests that help identify risk for specific chromosomal abnormalities.

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Ultrasound: Sonogram

An ultrasound captures an image of the baby and placenta using high frequency sounds waves while scanning a pregnant woman’s pelvic cavity and abdomen.

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Paternity Testing

DNA testing to establish paternity can be done before or after your baby is born. If you have had multiple partners, it’s natural for you to want to know who the father is.

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