14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: On wich week DR do double marker and triple marker test is it necessary to do the test

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Answer: Hello dear...In your 5th or 6th month doctor will do the test ...Yes it is necessary to do this test because in this overall growth for example liver; kidney nd bones ...Mental and physical growth will be measured so you have to do this test
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