Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing
Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) is a blood-based genetic, prenatal screening test of the pregnant mom that screens for common chromosomal conditions that affect a baby’s health.
This non-invasive prenatal testing is indicated to perform a prenatal screening for possible abnormalities in the fetus from week 9 of pregnancy.
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The Non-invasive Prenatal Test consists of an analysis of the mother's blood to detect abnormalities of the fetus, avoiding performing an amniocentesis and the possible risks that this test entails.
1. Who can take the Non-Invasive Prenatal Test?
This test is indicated for pregnant women of any age from week 9 of pregnancy.
- In the following situations:
· Single or twin pregnancy
· In Vitro Fertilization Pregnancies
· Pregnancy by egg donation
· Vanishing Twin (Missing Twin)
2. What does it detect?
- Trisomies 21, 18 and 13 (Down syndrome, Edwards syndrome, Patau syndrome), Monosomy X (Turner syndrome) and other sexual aneuploidies.
- Microdeletions (Di George Syndrome, Monosomy 1p36, Cri-du-chat Syndrome, Angelman Syndrome, Prader-Willi Syndrome)
- Fetal sex
3. Delivery and interpretation of results
Delivery time 8 working days.
LOW PROBABILITY: It confirms by 99% the probability that the fetus does not present the syndromes analyzed. However, it does not rule out the possibility of fetal chromosomal involvement,
HIGH PROBABILITY: To confirm a HIGH RISK result, a definitive diagnostic test is required on the amniotic fluid. It is important that you consult the results with your gynecologist.