14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I n 13 weeks pregnent recently complete nt scan and doctor suggestion double mark test. Is it usefull.

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Answer: hi dear! dual marker and nt scan is done together and very important to do as they can let us know if the baby has any chances of developing an abnormality dear. so its very useful to do . as its one of the first scan to let us know if the baby has any abnormality. so definately do the test its necessary to do it. take care dear.
Answer: Yeah it is a screening test to rule out down syndrome Edward syndrome and Patau syndrome.It is useful.
Answer: Yes this is very useful
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