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Question: What is the Difference between double marker and triple marker test.. In which week of pregnancy they should be done?

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Answer:  Hi dear,Double marker test is screening blood test in pregnancy. ... So after an NT scan, after which you measure the amount of fluid at the back of the neck of the fetus and with the results, this double marker blood test is done and both the combined, and given a combined result as screen positive or negative. It is usually done after 8 weeks of pregnancy up to 14 weeks. N triple marker test analyzes how likely an unborn baby is to have certain genetic disorders. The exam measures the levels of three important substances in the placenta: alpha-fetoprotein (AFP),HCG and esterol in it.this is generally done in 15-20 weeks of pregnancy.
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Question: What's the difference between double marker and triple marker test
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy and all the best for your motherhood. Double marker test is screening blood test in pregnancy. ... So after an NT scan, after which you measure the amount of fluid at the back of the neck of the fetus and with the results, this double marker blood test is done and both the combined, and given a combined result as screen positive or negative. It is usually done after 8 weeks of pregnancy up to 14 weeks. Triple Screen Test is a maternal blood screening test that looks for three specific substances: AFP, hCG, and Estriol. AFP: alpha-fetoprotein is a protein that is produced by the fetus. This results of the blood test can help your doctor see if your baby may be at higher risk for certain birth defects. Take care.
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Question: What is difference in between double Marker n triple Marker test? Yet I have done double marker test only
Answer: Congratulations on your pregnancy and all the best for your motherhood. Double marker test is screening blood test in pregnancy. ... So after an NT scan, after which you measure the amount of fluid at the back of the neck of the fetus and with the results, this double marker blood test is done and both the combined, and given a combined result as screen positive or negative. It is usually done after 8 weeks of pregnancy up to 14 weeks. Triple Screen Test is a maternal blood screening test that looks for three specific substances: AFP, hCG, and Estriol. AFP: alpha-fetoprotein is a protein that is produced by the fetus. This results of the blood test can help your doctor see if your baby may be at higher risk for certain birth defects. Take care.
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Question: What is difference between double marker and triple marker test?
Answer: Hi dear,Double marker test is screening blood test in pregnancy. . after an NT scan, after which you measure the amount of fluid at the back of the neck of the fetus and with the results, this double marker blood test is done and both the combined, and given a combined result as screen positive or negative. It is usually done after 8 weeks of pregnancy up to 14 weeks.N The triple marker screen test is also known as the triple test, multiple marker test, multiple marker screening, and AFP Plus. It analyzes how likely an unborn baby is to have certain genetic disorders. The exam measures the levels of three important substances in the placenta: alpha-fetoprotein (AFP),HCG and esterol in it.this is generally done in 15-20 weeks of pregnancy.
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