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Phone: (561) 237-5009
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Customers ExperienceMy name is Stacie Roy and I visited "Any Lab" with my grandson "Tyson".
Unfortunately I doubted the paternity of my grandson due to the mother's infidelity early on in the relationship with my son. Coming to the lab was a very hard decision for me but a necessary one.
The medical assistant explained the easy procedure for both Tyson and me and within a week we had the results we had hoped for.I would recommend this lab to friend's and family.Stacie Roy
ANY LAB TEST NOW®
If you would like to determine paternity during pregnancy you can do that with a prenatal paternity test with zero risk to the fetus. During conception the DNA profile of the baby is already established.
A very exciting test for individuals wishing to discover paternity results before the birth of a child. Using complex bioinformatics algorithms we isolate free floating fetal DNA from the mother’s blood.
Noninvasive Prenatal DNA Testing
- Determine paternity through a noninvasive procedure
- No risk to the fetus
- Can be performed as early as 9 weeks into the pregnancy
- Receive results in as little as 5 days
- 99.9% success rate with sufficient fetal DNA
It’s as easy as…
- Blood is drawn from the mother and alleged father
- Fetal DNA signals are isolated from DNA found in the mother’s blood
- Fetal DNA is compared to the alleged father’s DNA
This is the perfect option for those that want to prepare for the birth of their child, and properly complete the birth certificate and Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity when their baby is born.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. What is the success rate of this test?
99.9% as long as there is sufficient fetal DNA in the mother’s blood. Where insufficient fetal DNA is present, we recommend waiting 2–4 weeks and recollecting the mother’s sample as the amount of fetal DNA in maternal blood typically rises with gestational age. You will not need to recollect the alleged father’s sample.
2. Is it more accurate than an amniocentesis DNA test?
Different amniocentesis based paternity tests quote accuracies being between 99 and 100%. With accuracies typically at 99.9%, our test is comparable though the two tests have not been directly evaluated head-to-head.
3. What is the difference between this test and an amniocentesis test?
The most important difference is that this test can determine the paternity of your child from a noninvasive blood draw with zero risk to the fetus, whereas amniocentesis uses an invasive procedure that may increase the risk of miscarriage.
4. What is the difference between this and a “regular” paternity test?
The main advantage of this test is that it can be done before the birth of the child, and does not involve an invasive procedure so there is zero risk to the fetus.