Prenatal genetic testing for Down Syndrome and other conditions has become standard practice.
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Genetic screening is an optional test offered during pregnancy. Find out if these tests are necessary for you and your baby-to-be.
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Feeling stressed or overwhelmed at the thought of prenatal genetic testing? You're not alone.
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Genetic testing can help prepare you for the possibility of raising a child who might need some extra care.
If prenatal testing has shown that your baby might be born with a genetic disorder, you'll want to know what your little one's options might be.
Many prenatal tests look for genetic disorders -- but what exactly is a genetic disorder, and what can you do (if anything) to prevent one from happening?
Find out what genetic testing is, and whether you and your partner should get tested before you get pregnant.
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Screening every newborn for rare genetic diseases can seem unnecessary and invasive -- unless your child is the one who is diagnosed.
Learn what it is, and why it's one of the first tests you'll get after you become pregnant.
This test can check for birth defects early in your pregnancy.
A new blood test delivers more reliable results earlier in your pregnancy.