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Genetic Testing Q&A
Feeling stressed or overwhelmed at the thought of prenatal genetic testing? You're not alone.
Advances in prenatal diagnostics have made genetic testing much safer. We went to the experts to find out just how safe they are.
How much can you learn from prenatal genetic testing? We went to the experts to find out.
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.
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.
Towards the end of your first trimester, your doctor will recommend prenatal screenings to can help determine whether your child has any chromosomal abnormalities.
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?
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Worried that your unborn child might have cystic fibrosis? Here's what you need to know.
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A glimpse into what doctors are looking for when trying to determine whether your child has muscular dystrophy.
Don't worry -- you can never ask your doc too many questions, especially when it comes to prenatal tests that may affect your health or your baby's. Use these common preggo concerns as guidelines to get started.
Learn how your family's history can impact you and your pregnancy.
Congratulations on your pregnancy! Here's what you can expect from your very first visit to the doctor's office.
Genetic screening is an optional test offered during pregnancy. Find out if these tests are necessary for you and your baby-to-be.
Worrying about your baby's health is a common pregnancy concern. Learn how to allay your fears, relax, and understand when you should contact your doctor.
Expectant women will go to great lengths to keep their baby safe. New moms explain their intriguing superstitions.
Our step-by-step guide to preparing for baby's debut.
Learning the sex of your baby early in your pregnancy is alluring, but can kits that you buy from the local deliver real results? Find out what the experts have to say.
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