Noninvasive Prenatal DNA Testing
At Choice DNA, we offer legal or non-legal paternity testing at our more than 6,100 collection centers nationwide. We can also provide at-home testing kits and mobile collection services in every state. We are accredited by the AABB (formerly the American Association of Blood Banks).
If you or someone you know is pregnant and needs to prove who the father is, we can help. These days, a noninvasive option is available for checking the paternity of the baby. With this new test, you can get results in a safer way than ever before. This state-of-the-art procedure uses the mother and alleged father’s blood samples to determine who the biological parents are. This is possible because the child’s DNA can be detected in the mother’s blood while she’s pregnant.
This noninvasive test can be performed at any time once the mother reaches the ninth week of pregnancy. The cost of this type of test is $1,495.
There’s also the more traditional way of testing the baby’s DNA before birth. We test amniotic fluids or the fluids that make up the placenta to determine the identity of the biological father. These procedures take place at either a hospital or gynecologist’s office and will then be shipped to our laboratory.
The cost of testing a prenatal sample, one mother and one alleged father is $490, plus any additional doctor’s fees. You can expect to have results five business days after the samples are received in our lab.
Everyone’s situation is unique, so we’ll work with you to determine just the right plan of action for your needs. So if you’re looking for information about noninvasive prenatal DNA testing, call Choice DNA today. This new type of prenatal DNA test is a very safe option.
Top-notch Prenatal Services
While some labs will outsource their customer service, Choice DNA takes pride in hiring and training our own staff. This way, your experience is guaranteed to be friendly, confidential and as effortless as possible.
Noninvasive DNA testing can be performed earlier than most other tests that can be done to determine the baby’s paternity. This procedure is also considered much safer for the baby, because it doesn’t increase the chances of a miscarriage.
If you need more information about prenatal DNA testing, contact our friendly professionals today. The noninvasive prenatal test is an attractive option for many people, but we’ll work with you to decide exactly what your needs are. We will walk you through every step of the way with a free phone consultation, so call us today to get started!