Do You Have Any of these Questions About Prenatal Testing or Your Results?
Why Do I Need Prenatal Testing?
My Prenatal Test Came Back Positive, Now What?
Will Getting a Prenatal Test Affect My Pregnancy?
Are There Different Types of Prenatal Testing? If so, Which Test is Right for Me?
What To Expect From Your Prenatal Testing Guidance and the Impact it Can Have on Your Family
Prenatal & Preconception: Which is Best for You?
Preconception: Before pregnancy is a wonderful time to see a genetic counselor. Whether you are planning for your first pregnancy or are seasoned parents, there is a lot to learn from a genetics consultation. In this session, we will review your family history, discuss genetic testing that is available before pregnancy (genetic carrier screening) and testing options that will be available during pregnancy. We also enjoy working with couples who are pursuing IVF and individuals who are interested in being egg or sperm donors.
Prenatal: Many women are overwhelmed by the genetic testing options presented to them in pregnancy. In this appointment, we will review the family history and discuss all testing options your doctor provides, as well as any other testing we feel may be beneficial. This discussion will include:
Included in this Prenatal & Preconception Testing Guidance is a 60 minute phone call or video conference, personal and family history risk assessment, discussion of genetic testing options, and documentation of the appointment for you to share with your healthcare providers and family members.
What to Expect From Your Prenatal & Preconception
Results Review and How We Provide Guidance for your Family
Prenatal Test Results Review
Genetic testing results can be confusing. Let’s take some time together during a Results Review to help you understand the information in a meaningful way. In this appointment, we can discuss any genetic test result you have. ASAP appointments are available. Here are a few examples: