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Question: What is triple marker test?
Answer: Hello mother, A triple test checks levels of the following markers in the mother's blood - 1.Alphafoetoprotein(afp) 2.Human chorionic gonadotropin(hcg) 3.unconjugated estriol(E3) Based on the levels of these 3 markers, we can diagnose 1.Down's syndrome 2.Edward's syndrome 3.neural tube defects (spina bifida) 4.multiple pregnancies (twins) 5.other chromosomal abnormalities This test is usually done during 16-18th weeks. If the result shows' low risk 'then the test is negative. If the result shows' high risk 'then the test is positive. Don't worry most of the the pregnancies are low risk. Even if test shows' high risk ', it does not compulsarily mean the baby is affected. Incase of high risk result, further tests such as amniocentesis or chorionic villi sampling is done to confirm the diagnosis. Take care. Enjoy your pregnancy 🤰 ☺ Dr. Shaheen
Question: what is triple marker test?
Answer: Hii The triple screening measures the amounts of three substances in a pregnant woman's blood.The test is carried to find out if the developing foetus is at a risk of having certain birth defects. While the tests themselves are not specific indications of specific conditions or diseases, they can certainly identify the risk factor for the foetus. the triple test in pregnancy should be done between week 15 and week 22. However, the most accurate result is obtained between week 16 and 18. The results of your test will be available within two to four days.
Question: What is triple marker test????
Answer: A triple screen is a blood test that measures three things called alpha-fetoprotein, human chorionic gonadotropin and unconjugated estriol. The results of the blood test can help your doctor see if your baby may be at higher risk for certain birth defects.