Fort Myers Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Testing
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Prenatal paternity testing is a DNA test performed during pregnancy to determine the biological father of an unborn child. This type of test can be done as early as 9 weeks into the pregnancy, using either a blood sample from the mother or a sample of tissue from the placenta. The test works by analyzing the DNA of the mother, father, and unborn child. The lab compares the DNA profiles of the father and child to see if they share genetic markers that prove paternity.
Your partner says she is pregnant. You are happy about the possibilities but have some doubts. Do you have concerns and want to be 100% sure that you are the father? We can ease your fears. Fastest Labs of Fort Myers can provide answers with a Worry-Free Professional Blood-Sample Collection. It’s easy and convenient to get tested.
What is involved in a prenatal paternity DNA test?
A Paternity DNA test can confirm or exclude an individual as the biological father of a child. It is the most accurate method of testing the relationship between more than one person. Prenatal paternity testing is typically done for legal or personal reasons, such as to establish paternity for child support or custody purposes or to provide peace of mind for the parents. However, it is important to note that any invasive procedure carries a small risk of complications, such as miscarriage.
It is recommended that anyone considering prenatal paternity testing consult with a medical professional to discuss the risks and benefits and to ensure the test is done safely and accurately.
How Early can You Do a Paternity Test?
Thanks to NIPP, paternity tests can be done as early as 8 weeks into the pregnancy and is non-invasive, which means there is virtually no risk to the mother or baby.
What is Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Testing(NIPP)?
Non-invasive prenatal paternity testing (NIPP) is a type of paternity testing that can be done during pregnancy without the need for invasive procedures, which carry a risk of miscarriage or other complications.
The NIPP Process:
- A small blood sample is collected from the mother’s arm.
- An oral mouth-swab is collected from the potential father.
- The baby's genetic makeup is separated from the mother's.
- The baby's DNA profile is compared to the alleged father's.
Why Choose Fastest Labs of Fort Myers
Our experienced staff provides accurate and reliable results that you can trust. DNA Paternity testing is over 99% accurate and results can be received in 3 weeks; or as fast as 1 week with an additional fee. We understand that this is a sensitive issue, and we will work with you every step of the way to ensure that you get the answers you need.