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For your peace of mind during pregnancy we offer the most accurate non-invasive perinatal test.

A non-invasive prenatal test (NIPT) requires a sample of blood from one of the expecting mother’s veins.

During pregnancy, some of the baby’s DNA enters the mother’s bloodstream and carries the child’s genetic information in chromosomes, which can now be studied in the laboratory. The lab uses the mother’s blood to find the baby’s DNA and detect certain chromosomal variations that can affect the baby’s health.

Human beings have 23 pairs of chromosomes, i.e. a total of 46, two “copies” of each pair. The last pair determines a baby’s gender. Females have two X chromosomes, and males one X and one Y chromosome. Health and development problems occur when there are additional or missing chromosomes.

QualeVita’s non-invasive prenatal test is more thorough than most other non-invasive tests.

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