A quadruple marker test is a prenatal test done during the second trimester of pregnancy, that is between weeks 15 and 20 of the pregnancy. A quadruple marker test is used to check whether the unborn child has an increased chance of being harmed by certain medical conditions.
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Quadruple Marker Test Cost In India Through MFine
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What Is Quadruple Marker Testing?
A quadruple marker test is also known as the triple test. A quadruple marker test helps to analyze the chances of an unborn baby having medical and genetic disorders. In medical terms, it is used to measure 3 main substances:
- Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP)
A quadruple marker test is a blood test and is done during the second trimester of pregnancy, which is between weeks 15 and 20 of the pregnancy. It is used to identify and evaluate the potential developmental problems that may occur inside the brain, the spinal cord, and the tissues of the unborn baby. It is a safe test for the baby and for the mother.
Why Is Quadruple Marker Testing Done?
Medical conditions that may develop in the child include:
- Trisomy 21 or Down Syndrome
Down syndrome is a type of medical disorder that leads to development and intellectual delays in the child.
- Trisomy 18 or Edward’s Syndrome
Edward’s syndrome is a genetic condition that causes disability in the child.
- Spina bifida
- Abdominal wall defects
Abdominal wall defects are a type of birth defect in which the digestive organs of the newborn —such as the stomach and intestines protrude out of the body through an abnormal opening in the baby’s abdomen.
How Is The Quadruple Marker Test Done?
The quadruple marker test is a general blood test. A sample of blood is drawn from the patient’s vein using a needle. After the blood sample has been collected, a cotton ball will be pressed against the puncture site to stop the bleeding.
It is recommended to provide the doctor with any information regarding existing medications or any allergies that the patient may have. Depending on this information, the doctor may suggest steps to take before or/and after the test.
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