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Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Testing
Get the Answers You Need During Your Pregnancy with Our 99.9% Accurate Test Backed By The American Pregnancy Association
Non-Invasive & Easy Testing
Our non-invasive prenatal paternity testing is the perfect solution for expecting mothers who want to find out who the father of the baby is without putting the health of the baby or mother at risk. This test is done with a simple blood draw from the mother and a cheek swab from the alleged father. The samples are then overnighted to our laboratory where the fetal DNA is separated from the mother’s DNA and compared to the alleged father’s DNA.
Fast & Accurate Results
Our non-invasive prenatal paternity test is the most accurate test available on the market today, with a 99.9% accuracy rate. Results are ready within 7 business days once samples are received in the laboratory, and we also have the option to expedite the process for an additional fee. With our test, you can get the answers you need during your pregnancy quickly and safely.
Backed by American Pregnancy Association
We take pride in offering the only prenatal test on the market that is backed by the American Pregnancy Association. This means that you can trust our results when it comes to finding out who the father of the baby is. Our test is safe, accurate, and performed using the most advanced technology available.
3 Easy Steps
Order Your Test
Call to speak with a DNA specialist or order online
DNA can be collected at one of our patient service centers or in the comfort of your own home
Get Your Results
Samples are shipped directly to our laboratory. Results are sent as soon as they are ready!
What is non-invasive prenatal paternity testing (NIPT)?
Non-invasive prenatal paternity testing is a test that determines the biological father of an unborn child using a blood sample from the mother and alleged father. The test analyzes fetal DNA found in the mother’s blood to determine paternity.
How accurate is NIPT?
NIPT is highly accurate, with a reported accuracy rate of over 99%. However, it is important to note that the accuracy of the test is influenced by several factors, such as the number of genetic markers analyzed, the quality of the DNA sample, and the timing of the test.
When can NIPT be performed?
NIPT can be performed as early as the 9th week of pregnancy, and results can be available within a few days to a week.
Is NIPT safe for the mother and the fetus?
NIPT is considered safe for both the mother and the fetus. The test is non-invasive and does not pose any risk of harm to either the mother or the fetus.
How is the test performed?
NIPT requires a blood sample from the mother and alleged father. The samples are sent to a laboratory, where fetal DNA is extracted and analyzed for genetic markers that are specific to the alleged father.
What are the advantages of NIPT?
The advantages of NIPT include its high accuracy rate, its non-invasiveness, and the ability to determine paternity at an early stage of pregnancy.
What are the limitations of NIPT?
The limitations of NIPT include its cost, which can be relatively high compared to other paternity testing methods, and the fact that it is not always possible to obtain a sample from the alleged father. In addition, some cases may require additional testing to confirm the results.
Is NIPT regulated?
NIPT is regulated by various bodies, depending on the country or region. In the United States, for example, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates NIPT as an in vitro diagnostic test.
Is NIPT legal?
The legality of NIPT depends on the country or region in which it is being performed. In most countries, including the United States, NIPT is legal and regulated. However, there may be certain restrictions or requirements that must be met before the test can be performed.