14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi, I've taken Double marker test. And the Disorder is Screen Positive Cutoff. What does it mean? Please reply

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Answer: Dual marker test is not a diagnostic test to be positive or negative it is a screening test it will tell you your risk category for the baby's abnormality if your risk is low you need not worry . So each age group will have a cut off . So for that age if the risk is above the range then you will have a positive screening test.
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