13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hello Dr is double marker blood test is necessary?

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Answer: Double Marker test is performed to check the fetus having any abnormalities or not.double marker test available for fetus who suffer from Down's syndrome.It is usually done after 8 weeks of pregnancy up to 14 weeks. This test detects any kind of chromosomal abnormalities that might occur after the conception occurs. If the test result shows negative value that it confirms that your baby is free from any abnormalities.
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Question: Is double marker test necessary??
Answer: Hi Its better to go.for the test ok because The double marker test is a type of blood test to check for any anomalies that might be present in the chromosomal development of the baby. Having any abnormalities in the chromosomes can lead to serious health conditions, disorders, and so on that can affect the baby’s growth within the foetus, or even later in life. By knowing if there are any and checking for the right chromosomes that could be the issue, one can know beforehand about the presence or possibilities of certain disorders like Down’s syndrome, Edward’s syndrome and so on.
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Question: Double marker test is necessary
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy and all the best for your motherhood. Double marker test is screening blood test in pregnancy. So after an NT scan, after which you measure the amount of fluid at the back of the neck of the fetus and with the results, this double marker blood test is done and both the combined, and given a combined result as screen positive or negative. Yes it is important and very much required.
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Question: Double marker test is necessary in pregnancy?
Answer: Double marker test is one of the tests done during pregnancy It is generally done from 8 to 14 weeks of pregnancy It helps to detect if the baby the health condition of the unborn child It is mainly used to analyze if child is suffering from downs syndrome ThIs is more often seen in mothers whose age is above 35 at the time of pregnancy Take care
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