• What NIPT screens for?

    All NIPTs screen for the most common chromosomal disorders: Trisomy 21 (Down syndrome), Trisomy 18 (Edwards syndrome) and Trisomy 13 (Patau syndrome). NIPT also detects your baby's Rh blood type and gender.
  • When can I do an NIPT?

    NIPT can be performed any time after 9 weeks into your pregnancy - earlier than any other prenatal screening or diagnostic test. In comparison, nuchal translucency screening is done between week 11 and 13; CVS is done between week 10 and 13; the quad screen is completed between week 14 and 22; and amniocentesis is usually performed between week 16 and 18, though it's sometimes done as early as week 13 or 14 and as late as week 23 or 24.
  • How Accurate Is NIPT?

    Research suggests that NIPTs create fewer false alarms than standard first-trimester blood screenings (like first-trimester bloodwork or quad screening) that measure hormones and special proteins in mom's blood. Other researches have shown that NIPTs are more accurate than those same standard screenings in predicting the risk of Down syndrome (NIPTs are 99 percent accurate) and Edwards syndrome.
  • How is NIPT performed?

    NIPT involves only a quick blood draw with a needle and syringe, so it's safe for you and your baby. All you need to do is offer up your arm at a clinic or lab. Your sample is then sent to a lab, where a technician will look at the cfDNA (cell-free DNA) in your blood for signs of abnormalities. Once the results of your NIPT are back, your doctor will likely pair them with the results of your first-trimester ultrasound or nuchal translucency screening to determine whether further testing is needed. If it is positive, your doctor may recommend following up with amniocentesis or CVS to confirm the result and check for other problems NIPT cannot detect.

Did you know that pieces of your baby’s DNA circulate in your bloodstream? Noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) involves a simple blood screening that analyzes the DNA (it’s called cell-free DNA, or cfDNA) to pinpoint baby’s risk for a number of genetic disorders, including Down syndrome.

NIPT is a prenatal screening, which looks at DNA from your baby's placenta in a sample of your blood to identify whether you’re at increased risk of giving birth to a child with a genetic disorder. A screening like NIPT cannot, however, determine for sure whether your baby actually has a chromosomal disorder, only the likelihood of having that condition. But even though it can’t tell for sure whether your baby has a genetic abnormality, it is highly accurate - 99% accuracy for three of the most common conditions (Down syndrome, Edwards syndrome and Patau syndrome).

Compare to Amniocentesis and Chorionic Villus Sample (both carry a small risk of miscarriage), our NIPT incorporates DNA SNP microarray technology by preserving and analyzing the baby’s DNA found within the mother’s bloodstream, which is far safer for both mother and child.

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