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non-invasive prenatal testing: non invasive prenatal DNA test from gnome.co

Deciding whether or not to get a prenatal DNA test to determine paternity can be a stressful one. Get informed in this short blog by DNAtesting.com!

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The best way to request a fast safe, reliable, and affordable Prenatal DNA testing options within minutes. Use natus on your phone to connect to a agent on any major City from your phone tablet or laptop. http://natus.co/

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MaterniT21 test. A non-invasive (simple blood test) way of testing the unborn baby of genetic disorders and also GENDER weeks earlier than you could with an ultrasound!

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Natural Family Planning (NOT to get pregnant, lol) Fertility Awareness: Natural Family Planning (NFP) "Fertility awareness or Natural Family Planning is a method of birth control that does not use any drugs or devices. It combines the calendar/rhythm method, the basal body temperature method, and the cervical mucus method."

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March is Trisomy Awareness Month. A trisomy occurs when there is an extra copy of any one chromosome—3 copies instead of 2. Some are common, such as Down syndrome, and some trisomies are so severe that affected babies often pass away before, or shortly after birth. Join us in educating parents about the important role prenatal genetic screening plays for trisomies which may have life-threatening birth defects that require additional testing during a pregnancy or early treatment at birth.

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How Accurate Are Prenatal Genetic Tests?

Prenatal DNA Tests — How Accurate Are They? (Video – 3:15) — A couple shares how they almost aborted their beautiful son after a test showed that he was "at risk" for Edward's Syndrome. He ended up being perfectly healthy.

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Mariah Martinez- This is relevant to the chapter because it talks about DNA testing while still pregnant. Which is part of what the chapter talks about prenatal care.