Not knowing who your baby’s father is can be a huge source of anxiety and stress. A paternity DNA test after the baby is born can tell you the answer you need, but this will involve a wait of many months. According to the March of Dimes, an organization that works to improve the health of mothers and babies, high levels of stress during pregnancy may cause health problems like high blood pressure and heart disease. During pregnancy, stress can increase the chances of having a premature baby (born before 37 weeks of pregnancy) or a low-birthweight baby (weighing less than 5 pounds, 8 ounces).
With a prenatal paternity test, it is possible to perform a DNA test on the baby in your womb from as early as 7 weeks into the pregnancy. As well as getting the answer you need much sooner, this method is totally risk-free to both the mother and baby. The AlphaBiolabs prenatal paternity test only requires a blood sample and a mouth swab from the mother and a mouth swab from the potential father.
Find out who your baby’s father is
The prenatal paternity test works by analyzing the baby’s DNA that is found within the mother’s bloodstream. All the mother needs to do is arrange to have a blood sample drawn by a medical professional. The DNA sample from the potential father is collected simply and painlessly by using a Q-tip on his inside cheek. Ideally, the samples from the mother and potential father should be collected around the same time to avoid any delays in the DNA testing process back at the laboratory.
AlphaBiolabs prenatal tests are 100% accurate where the father is confirmed as being the biological father. Because DNA is inherited from both the mother and the father, a match will exist when the tested man is the biological father of the baby. All exclusion results are tested twice, so you can be confident of the result.
The prenatal paternity test costs $975 and password-protected results will be emailed within 7–8 working days.
Guaranteed results or your money back
In a very small number of cases, a conclusive result may not be reached because of the scientific limitations of non-invasive prenatal paternity testing.
In the case of an inconclusive result, we provide up to two additional tests, 2 weeks apart, free of charge (after the mother is at least at 9 weeks into the pregnancy). In approximately 3–5% of cases, fetal DNA never reaches a sufficient level for successful testing. This is considered an inconclusive result and we will refund the cost of the prenatal paternity test.
To find out more about our DNA testing in pregnancy services, including baby gender testing, contact our knowledgeable Client Services team for confidential advice on (727) 325-2902 or via live chat.