13 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My PAPP-A Corr. Mom's value is 3.23 in double marker test…is that okay ?...doc suggested quadruple test in few weeks ...

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Answer: hi dear! yes its normal dear. it should not be less than 0.5mom. also the quadruple test is done as a routine dear not because you might have some problem it is done generally between 16-18 weeks dear. so dont worry dear.it s routine. take care dear.
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