Q&A: Can you get a paternity test done before you give birth?
Yes, they are called prenatal paternity testing … You can have CVS (chorionic villus sampling), which is obtained from (approximately) the weeks 11 and 18, or amniocentesis, obtained between (approximately) 21.Con weeks 12 and CVS, a fetal chorionic villus sample is obtained by inserting a catheter through the cervix and applying gentle succión.Con amniocentesis approximately 10 ml of amniotic fluid is extracted from the amnion, which surrounds the fetus’s DNA gets desarrollo.Usted potential parents through a simple swab inside the cheek, then are comparados.Ambos are as accurate as paternity tests postnatal, and must be done through your GP … Be warned though, it’s not cheap!
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