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Question: What is double marker test

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Answer: Hi! Double Marker test or FTS or NT is done between 11-13 +/- 6 days of pregnancy, the test is a specialized ultrasound with your age to find out any down syndrome in the baby, it has been able to give 98% proper result of a baby with down syndrome or chromosomal abnormality. A false positive test is what you have in healthy pregnancies. Wishing you the best!
Answer: hi this is also called as the second trimester this this is done to find out if there is any abnormalities with the development of the baby and if there is any down syndrome it is a very important test it should be done
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