21 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Qadruple test report screen nagative. What is the meaning of this.?

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Answer: Hello dear. If it says negative it means the risk is not there which is a good thing. A screen-positive result means that you are in a higher risk group for having a baby with Down's syndrome or a neural tube defect. i) the risk of Down's syndrome in your pregnancy is above a specified risk cut-off (1 in 150 for the Combined and Integrated testsor 1 in 200 for the Quadruple). Hope it helps.
Answer: Hi dear, This would mean you baby is not having any birth defects and chromosomal abnormality.it is safe.
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