Can I Get a Paternity Test While Pregnant?Yes, you can get a paternity test while pregnant. Paternity questions during pregnancy can be stressful. Our technologically-advanced Certainty™ Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test performed with a strict chain-of-custody process is the first and only prenatal test accredited by the AABB. Our test gives you an accurate paternity answer without any risk to you or the pregnancy— it’s completely safe. Results are ready in 7 business days or less. Contact our experts today for a free consultation. 972-464-7476
NEW NON INVASIVE PRENATAL PATERNITY TEST The cost of our NIPP test is $1599.00.
HOW DOES A PRENATAL PATERNITY TEST WORK? When waiting to determine the biological father of your child is not an option, this alternative may be for you – a non-invasive Prenatal Paternity Test with zero risk to the fetus. This non-invasive test gives you an accurate determination (with 99% or more certainty) of who the child’s biological father is as early as 9 weeks of pregnancy and eliminates risk to the fetus. We are now offering a Gender reveal if you order this test. Normally $300.00 this months special is $150.00. If you are out of STATE you may still book this test with us. We can have one of our partners Nationwide collect your specimen. I cannot assure it that we can provide a mobile service in your area, outside DFW, but you can go to a draw station near you.
The process is very simple and easy. It starts by collecting blood samples from both the mother and alleged father. An analysis of the fetal DNA and the mother’s DNA can be used to help pinpoint the exact “genetic markers” that were contributed by the father. Then the DNA of the potential father is analyzed to determine the probability that his genetic markers are found in the child. This is known as a percentage probability of paternity.
Our professional medical assistant will collect blood samples from the mother and alleged father to determine the paternity of a single child. If more than one alleged father participates in the test, additional fees will be incurred.
WHY DO I NEED A PRENATAL PATERNITY TEST?The Prenatal Paternity Test is for informational purposes and may or may not be accepted as legal evidence in court or for legal documentation use. The test results can bring you peace of mind during your pregnancy, and help you better prepare for the birth of your child and completion of the birth certificate and Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity.
How’s it done? The core technology is based on its ability to increase the percentage of fetal DNA that is found in the mother’s blood. Through its research with free floating fetal DNA, the company has developed and patented a variety of noninvasive prenatal tests that simply require a safe blood draw from the mother. Currently, the focus for the core technology is on testing for single gene disorders, such as cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia, and the Jewish panel, as well as prenatal paternity testing. To complete our Prenatal DNA Paternity test, we require a safe blood draw from the mother’s arm to match the baby’s DNA with a father’s DNA. We can conduct the paternity test after the 9th week of pregnancy with over 99% accuracy. Please contact Angel Mobile Health Services,LLC at 972-464-7476 to make convenient arrangements.
Commonly Asked Questions How is our DNA Prenatal Paternity Testing done? A small amount of your baby’s DNA is present in your blood. A safe blood draw from your arm can determine the father of your baby by matching the baby’s DNA with the father’s DNA.
How accurate is our DNA Prenatal Paternity Test? DNA prenatal paternity testing can either exclude or confirm a father. Our test is over 99% accurate.
Where do I go for testing? Please contact Angel Mobile Health Services, LLC at (972)464-7476 to make convenient arrangements.
How early can you detect fetal DNA? Fetal DNA can be detected as early as 9 weeks and rises rapidly throughout the first trimester. We can do very reliable DNA testing from fetal DNA present in the mother’s blood after the 9th week of pregnancy.
What kind of things can you test for with fetal DNA? We can test for a number of single gene disorders including: cystic fibrosis, sickle cell, and the Jewish panel. In addition to single gene disorders, we can do non invasive prenatal DNA paternity testing.
Can cells last from a previous pregnancy? In the mother’s blood there are intact fetal cells and free floating fetal DNA, which was released from intact fetal cells destroyed by the mother’s immune system. While it is thought that a few rare intact fetal cells can escape the mother’s immune system and persist from previous pregnancies, free floating fetal DNA can only last for a few hours. Therefore, all of our tests are based on free floating fetal DNA present in the mother’s blood rather than intact fetal cells. It has been well shown that free floating fetal DNA can not exist from previous pregnancies.