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Chromosomal Testing Risk

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Judetiff Tue 06-Oct-20 14:09:09

Daughter has had the news that the blood tests have raised the risk level to 7%. She is having CVS test tomorrow and is beside herself. In terms of risk factors, is this high?

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TheHighestSardine Tue 06-Oct-20 14:56:37

Probably don't pass this on, but yes, unfortunately. She wouldn't be queued for a CVS test if there weren't high risk factors - normal risk for chromosomal abnormalities is about 0.2% for a mum in her mid-20s, 0.5% in her mid 30s.

But it's still 93% chance of being fine. Try not to pre-panic, it helps no-one.

Judetiff Tue 06-Oct-20 15:01:52

Thank you @TheHighestSardine. She's only just 25 but she does have PCOS and associated insulin resistance.

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Judetiff Tue 06-Oct-20 18:15:57

I have read some encouraging papers on false positives with the blood tests and how they come about. I was wondering if anyone on here had experienced this and it all turned out fine in the end.

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TheHighestSardine Tue 06-Oct-20 18:19:21

If it's a false positive on the bloods, the CVS test will come back okay and everyone can breath a sigh of relief. Fingers crossed for her tomorrow.

Judetiff Tue 06-Oct-20 19:00:32

Thank you.

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