14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Why dual test is done

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Answer: Hi. Dualarker test is don to identify if baby is ahving any chromosomal defect or not. This test is mandatory for women who are 30+ of age. But now its seen in babies with mother under 30 of age also. So some doctor prefer to this test.
Answer: Hello dear Now a days this test is really necessary for everyone during pregnancy to check any down syndrome in foetus. Double marker test is a simple blood test done between 11th and 13th week of pregnancy
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