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Question: Hii...in my double marker test...the result show low risk for trisomy 21 and low risk for trisomy 13 and 18...and also screen negative for trisomy 21 and trisomy 13/18...what does it mean..plZ help
Answer: Double marker test is a screening test and not a diagnostic test which means to say that will screen you for the risk that you have in having an abnormality since your result says low risk three is really nothing to worry about it. Your test is absolutely OK and your baby is free from abnormalities.
Question: My double marker test report is Age risk 1:1054 biochemical T21 risk <1:10000 combined trisomy 21 risk <1:10000 trisomy 13/18 + NT <1:10000 is this normal result or abnormal please suggest me
Answer: Absolutely normal
Question: Hi can you please tell double marker test positive range CALCULATED RISK FOR TRISOMY 21 AND CALCULATED RISK FOR TRISOMY 13/18 :LOW RISK
Answer: It means that there is a low chance of chromosomal abnormality to your baby. Further confirmatory test like CVS can be suggested on your doctors suggestion.