Can You Get a Paternity Test While Pregnant

posted on 04/05/2017

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Worried?? Wants to establish who your baby's daddy is?

Important : Indian Biosciences - DDC India Pvt. Ltd. reiterates that Prenatal Sex Determination is a Criminal Offence and it is prohibited by the Government of India, and such tests are not conducted by any of our Laboratories.

One of the myths of paternity testing is that a woman has to wait until after the baby’s born to get the answer she seeks, but that’s not the case. She can get answers before birth if she feels it’s in her best interest to do so. With advances in technology, today’s pre-natal test is a safe choice.

Indian Biosciences (DDC-India Pvt. Ltd.), can help you answer all your questions on "Who is the Father of your Baby?" and help you take important decisions of your life.

Traditionally, the only tests available used to be amniocentesis and CVS (Chorionic Villus Sampling), which are invasive tests that may cause miscarriage. Because of this, most doctors do not offer these tests anymore for determining paternity alone. Fortunately, advances in DNA technology have brought about completely safe, non-invasive prenatal paternity tests that provide answers earlier than ever.

The technique used is completely safe as mother's blood is drawn. After 8 weeks, baby's blood gets fused with that of the mother's helping doctors to draw the baby's sample from the mother without any risk of miscarriage.

Free-floating DNA from the baby is obtained in the mother's blood stream; then these cells are isolated from the mother's and a DNA Profile for the unborn child can be obtained.

The baby’s DNA profile is compared with both the father’s and the mother’s and a probability of paternity is able to be established .

Choosing a highly-accredited DNA Testing Laboratory for this test is the way to go!!

Important : Indian Biosciences - DDC India Pvt. Ltd. reiterates that Prenatal Sex Determination is a Criminal Offence and it is prohibited by the Government of India, and such tests are not conducted by any of our Laboratories.

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