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Question: I had my anomaly scan done and it shows adjusted risk of trisomy 21 1 :5218 what does it mean
Answer: hello dear The “adjusted risk” is the risk for this particular baby and will be presented as a 1 in 5218 risk. It is calculated using the nuchal translucency measurement and the special blood tests.
Your adjusted risk will be termed "intermediate risk" if the risk is between 1 in 50 and 1 in 1000. For example, 1 in 125, 1 in 350, 1 in 900. Women in the intermediate risk range may opt for non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) such as Harmony Test. However, some women in the intermediate risk range may be either offered CVS/amniocentesis because of other concerns on their testing (such as nuchal translucency >3.5mm) or they may opt for CVS/amniocentesis because they want 100% diagnostic certainty about the baby's chromosomes. so dont worry dear you are at low risk..“Low risk” does not mean “no” risk. A low risk result is reassuring that your baby is healthy. Women with low risk results sometimes still have babies with chromosome abnormalities such as trisomy 13, 18 and 21. so trust and follow your doctor suggestions
Question: I had my anomaly scan done...
It shows adjusted risk of trisomy 21 1 :5218..
What does it means?
Answer: Hello dear the risk is low level don’t worry.. follow your doctor suggestions
Question: I have done dual marker test and the reports indicate risk of trisomy 21 . What does it means?
Answer: It indicates dat u hav chances of developing down baby...downs syndrome risk is there which is not so good news..it has risk for mentally retarded child nd several factors...chances are there...it cn also so happen dat normal baby can also b der