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We've just had the results from the screening test (a combination of the nuchal gap and blood) and all that the letter says is "your baby is not a high risk for Down's Syndrome."So is that it?What risk is "not a high risk"?
You should have been given a risk. The whole idea of the combined test is to produce an individual risk for each woman, ie I got 1:26,000. Perhaps though different areas give less detail? Try ringing the hospital
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