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07 of January, 2022
The Pros and Cons of Prenatal DNA Tests

DNA testing before birth is becoming a more and more popular option for pregnant individuals. It helps to show the probability that the unborn baby will inherit select health conditions from the mother or father. The results of one of these tests can also aid doctors in tailor fitting the expectant mother’s care, in order to better support the pregnancy’s healthy progression. It’s important to note that prenatal DNA testing is an optional pursuit and is not legally mandated, but an informed decision should go into whether or not to undergo it.

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30 of December, 2021
Price Drop Alert: Prenatal Baby Gender Test Now Available At A Reduced Cost

At the 10-week mark of an individual’s pregnancy, certain screening and tests can take place for the unborn baby. One of the main reasons they’re performed during or after this point of the first trimester is to screen for select chromosomal conditions. Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) is a method that allows this assessment to occur, and involves drawing a blood sample from the expectant mother to analyze DNA fragments that are present in their bloodstream. This genetic material is also known as cell-free DNA or cfDNA. A NIPT blood test can also inform you of the unborn baby’s sex, and the testing we offer in this area is now priced at a lower cost for your convenience.

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17 of December, 2021
3 Trends Influencing The Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing Market

As modern technology is rapidly progressing, rampant growth has been seen in the field of medicine and healthcare. For example, non-invasive prenatal tests (NIPT) have become extremely popular in the last few years in lieu of the more invasive and risky procedures such as chorionic villus sampling or amniocentesis. To understand this growth, 3 key global trends have to be considered. But before looking at them, it’s important to define what NIPT is.

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10 of December, 2021
5 Steps Involved In A Prenatal Paternity Test

While most associate pregnancy with joy and celebration, it can also be a sensitive time for the mother and the unborn child. In some cases, it is not clear who the father of the child might be. To clarify this, a prenatal paternity test can be conducted to determine the paternity of the child. If you are in this situation, then you might want to know the procedure or steps involved to take this test.

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29 of November, 2021
Introduction to Prenatal Paternity Tests

An individual’s DNA tells a great deal about who they are, as well as the characteristics of their development. By opting for a DNA test during one’s pregnancy, information of this sort that belongs to the unborn baby can be revealed. A key reason for expectant mothers to choose this type of DNA testing involves the health of their child and learning more about this area before the birth. This process takes the form of a blood test and acts as a screener for a range of health conditions, such as heart defects or cystic fibrosis. Along with other versions, a non-invasive prenatal paternity test on DNA is an option as well and will be the main topic of today’s blog.

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19 of November, 2021
3 Important Benefits of A Gender Determining Blood Test

Pregnancy can be both a joyous occasion and a stressful time for expectant parents. It is important to get regular checkups with an obstetrician to see if both the mother and child are healthy and well. Some parents may also want to know the gender of the child in advance so they can decorate their nursery or choose a name accordingly. The non-invasive prenatal test or NIPT is the best method to determine the child’s gender and can be done as early as 10 weeks. This is done by conducting a simple gender-determining blood test. While it is accurate in predicting the baby’s gender, it also has a plethora of other benefits.

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12 of November, 2021
4 Reasons For Determining Your Unborn Baby’s Sex

As soon as you see the confirming result on your pregnancy test, or hear the news from your doctor, a guessing game may start as to whether your baby will be female or male. A lot of fun can be had when family and friends try to guess the gender of your baby based on different factors. While enjoyable, it might be strenuous to receive many of these guesses. Thus, a gender blood test and the safety and accuracy it offers is a reliable option to determine the sex of your unborn baby.

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05 of November, 2021
A Comparison of 3 Prenatal Paternity Testing Methods

While having a child is considered a joyous occasion, it is also an extremely sensitive time for the expectant mother and the unborn child. Moreover, in some cases, the identity of the child’s father might be uncertain, and the mother or other parties might be interested in knowing the biological father for either personal or legal reasons. Irrespective of the reason to determine paternity, prenatal paternity testing is conducted by many labs and doctors. This is commonly done using 3 methods. To help you make an informed choice, the pros and cons of these methods will be laid out below.

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29 of October, 2021
3 Benefits of NIPT Test for Pregnant Mothers

During one’s pregnancy, prenatal DNA testing can be needed or desired for a number of reasons. For decades, people have relied on invasive techniques to conduct prenatal tests, but the discovery of fetal DNA being present in maternal blood made it possible to create a safe and non-invasive prenatal paternity test on blood. While choosing between invasive and non-invasive tests, it might be difficult knowing what to fully expect with each of these specific tests. Prenatal Genetics Laboratory lists some of the simple and straightforward benefits of the NIPT process.

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25 of October, 2021
4 Common Types of Prenatal Tests For Expectant Parents to Choose from

While a planned pregnancy is usually a cause for joy, it brings its own sets of concerns for the parents-to-be. To address these concerns and put them to rest, expectant parents often visit prenatal labs to learn about the health, gender, and paternity of the unborn baby. Pregnancy screening and DNA testing done in these labs ensure that you can determine your child's vitality, possible diseases, and long-term health challenges before full gestation. There are several major types of prenatal tests and screenings that can answer all questions you may have regarding your unborn baby. 

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19 of October, 2021
Discovering your Unborn Baby’s Sex with a NIPT Blood Test

Pregnancy can be a really exciting period in a couple’s life. From preparing your baby’s nursery to throwing a gender reveal party, you can indulge in a lot of fun activities when you know the sex of the unborn baby. This is why a gender blood test is a must for parents who wish to know this information before childbirth. Although there are a number of methods to check the sex of a baby before birth, the accuracy that non-invasive prenatal testing (or NIPT) provides is unmatched.

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13 of October, 2021
How Does Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Testing Work?

By taking a DNA test while pregnant, it is possible to confirm the paternity of the baby even before the child is born. While there are many ways to conduct DNA tests to reveal paternity during a woman’s pregnancy, one of the most recent and safest methods is a non-invasive approach.

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30 of September, 2021
Invasive Paternity Testing vs Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Testing

In today’s society, with the stigma around paternity tests gradually declining, there is a high demand for prenatal paternity testing. If you and your partner decide to get a paternity test, it helps to understand the major difference between various methods of performing this test during pregnancy.

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29 of September, 2021
3 Ways To Determine Your Baby's Gender During Pregnancy

Knowing that you’re expecting can be quite an exciting time. In fact, you might be considering prenatal testing to determine the gender of your unborn child, but it’s important to note that there are several options available

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24 of September, 2021
The Accuracy of Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Testing

As invasive prenatal paternity testing subjects the mother and her baby to stress and risks, a team of researchers pioneered the study of a safer alternative to these conventional methods. This alternative DNA testing, referred to as a non-invasive prenatal paternity test on blood, involves no risk for the fetus and the mother

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16 of September, 2021
Prenatal Testing 101: Basics of DNA Test During Pregnancy

There is no longer a need to wait until the birth of a child to know about the sex of the baby, detect health issues, and even identify the father of the child. It is now possible to determine all of these things before child birth, as getting a DNA test while pregnant has become much more accessible to the public.

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06 of January, 2021
Effects of Male Obesity in Sperm DNA and Offspring Health

The production of numerous functional proteins inside your cell comes about thanks to DNA, allowing scientists to perform genealogical tests or DNA tests while pregnant. The bases that are the constituents of your DNA – A, C, G, and T – come in specific sequences known as genes, allowing for the production of essential-for-life proteins. But, how exactly are these genes read by cells? This is the cornerstone of epigenetics.

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23 of December, 2020
The Future of Non-Invasive Personalised Healthcare

Non-invasive genomic sequencing is paving the way forward in the healthcare industry allowing, for example, non-invasive prenatal paternity tests to readily satisfy the parameters that are typically seen around providers, payers, and patients.

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15 of December, 2020
The Importance of Paternity Testing

Concerns about paternity testing during pregnancy are very common - getting answers has physical, emotional, and even financial benefits for both the mother and her child. For example, medical records established from a paternity test can provide accurate and additional insight into managing the health and care of your child. For these reasons, determining a biological relationship with the potential father of your child is pivotal. There are certain key areas to educate yourself upon before diving in, here are a few topics to provide you with a more holistic insight.

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07 of December, 2020
A Case Against Sex-Selective Abortion

Is the technology that allows us to have abortions performed safely and effectively to blame for a complex personal problem? The same question could be asked in the context of a prenatal gender test, which could potentially be used for the purpose of sex-selective abortion.   

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28 of November, 2020
The Road to Fetal DNA Testing

We are able to offer services such as a prenatal baby gender test and a prenatal paternity test thanks to research conducted in the field of genetics over the last few decades, and the technological innovations that have resulted from this research. Most importantly, prenatal genetic testing services are currently available to the public thanks to the discovery of fetal DNA in the blood of pregnant women. Here’s a piece of the story behind this discovery.

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25 of November, 2020
The Benefits of Having a Prenatal Baby Gender Test

For parents looking for a way to ease their anticipation of their child, a prenatal baby gender test could be just the thing they need.

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23 of November, 2020
Dispelling Untruths About Paternity Testing

Myths about paternity testing practices have spread like wildfire across the internet. The most knowledgeable people about paternity testing, however, are those who are actually involved in performing these tests. As a service to those still hesitant about doing a DNA test while pregnant to determine paternity, we are debunking four myths about paternity testing.

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20 of November, 2020
Genetically Testing Maine’s Mystery Beast

Dr. Melekhovets is a well-known geneticist and the director at a number of reputable DNA-testing enterprises located in the GTA. Testing includes everything from non-invasive prenatal paternity tests, infidelity tests, and even genetically testing the DNA of unknown animals that terrorize the pets in the north easternmost state of Maine.

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10 of November, 2020
How to Interpret the Results of a Prenatal Baby Gender Test

For those looking to learn the gender of their baby as early as possible, a prenatal gender test can be performed using a blood sample from the mother.

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06 of November, 2020
The Science Behind Determining Paternity

Those with a more invested interest in genetic testing may find themselves asking the following questions: What do the test results look like? How do you interpret them? What part of the DNA indicates if a man is the father of a child or not? Here’s a breakdown of the science behind fetal DNA testing for those who are curious.

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