Prenatal DNA Paternity Testing
Prenatal DNA Paternity Testing

Paternity web – www.paternityweb.com provides Prenatal Paternity Testing. There are two ways to accomplish prenatal testing. There is a chance of birth defects caused by fluid extraction for these tests. It is highly recommended that you postpone testing until the child is born.

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Prenatal Paternity Testing
Prenatal Paternity Testing
In some situations, clients may wish to determine paternity of a child that has not yet been born. Prenatal DNA paternity testing is possible. To perform a prenatal paternity test, a special type of sample must be obtained in order to test the child. There are two methods to collect a DNA sample from an unborn child.
Amniocentesis
Amniocentesis is performed by inserting a thin, hollow needle into the uterus and removing some of the amniotic fluid that surrounds the fetus. The sample may be collected between the 14th and 24th week of pregnancy.
Chorionic Villi Sampling
Performed by inserting a needle into the uterus and removing small fragments of the developing placenta. The sample may be collected between the 10th and 13th week of pregnancy. The expectant mother must first consult an OB-GYN to discuss whether or not she may be able to have an amniocentesis or CVS. These procedures are not standard and typically, a physician will not perform either unless there may be medical reasons to do so, as the procedures are invasive and pose some risk to pregnancy.
Paternity Test
Paternity Test
Paternity web – www.paternityweb.com determines whether a man could be the biological father of a child. We all inherit our DNA (the genetic material) from our biological parents. A DNA paternity test compares a child’s DNA pattern with that of the alleged father to check for evidence of this inheritance—the most definitive proof of a biological relationship.
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