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How Long Does It Take To Get Amnio Results
1-14 days.: Fish results are usually back within 24 hours, but are not the final results. The final report should be ready within 10-14 days but may take up to 20 days in some cases. ...Read more
Amniocentesis is a procedure used to draw a sample of the amniotic fluid that surrounds and cushions the baby in the womb. This fluid contains cells that have been sloughed off of the developing fetus. Amniocentesis is most often used to detect genetic abnormalities, though the results can also reveal the baby's sex, gauge lung maturity (if done close to term), detect amniotic fluid infections, or ...Read more
Doctors tested for Down syndrome at 15 weeks. Will I get results back in time for amnio if needed?
Yes: That's why it is done at that time. ...Read more
My quad results showed I have a 1:454 of having a child with Down's Syndrome. Should I have an amniocentesis performed? I am currently living in China and my doctor recommended I get the amniocentesis but I am not sure I should since the risk for DS is so
Amnio has risks too.: Only you can make a decision regarding your pregnancy, but how will the results of the test alter your decision to carry pregnancy to term? Will it affect you ability to bond with your unborn baby? Overall lifetime risk of DS is 1:800 but slightly less in women under 30 and significantly higher after age 40,, so your risk is still low. www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/amniocentesis/basics/ ...Read more
Genetic info: These tests are for women who have a higher risk for having a baby with a genetic problem like down's syndrome and for women who would act on this information such as terminating the pregnancy. Though a cvs can obtain this information much earlier than an amnio, it has a much higher rate of miscarriage than an amnio. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Non- invasive first!: Start with genetic counseling to appreciate the risks costs and differences between invasive diagnostic testing versus non-invasive screening prenatally. Most reasonable couples prefer a 2-step approach with non-invasive testing first; if that is negative/normal no further testing is needed and you have avoided having a needle inserted in your pregnancy sac. If positive you must get invasive test! ...Read more
Easier ways to tell: While ultrasound can give some hopeful results, you can get a definitive analysis by doing the NIPP.This test was developed early on to verify paternity, but it uses fetal cells that can be found in mother's blood as early as 8 weeks.These can be used for a full chromosome assessment including Turner syndrome. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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