QNatal® Advanced

This noninvasive prenatal screen for high-risk patients can help address your concerns.

African American couple reviewing textIt's natural to have concerns about the health of your unborn baby. But prenatal testing can help reduce these concerns. Prenatal testing is done before birth. It helps find out if your unborn baby is at greater risk of certain birth defects. It can also tell you the baby's gender.

When you know more, you can plan better

QNatal® Advanced helps you determine if your unborn baby is at greater risk of certain birth defects. These birth defects are caused by abnormal changes in chromosomes.

Chromosomes are made up of DNA, and DNA carries our genetic information. Some of your unborn baby’s DNA can be found in your blood. This is called cell-free fetal DNA. QNatal® Advanced looks at the cell-free fetal DNA to find out if there are abnormal changes and detects the presence of nonhereditary genetic disorders..

Pensive woman looking out windowIt’s safe, easy, and accurate

You can have QNatal® Advanced performed as early as the 10th week of your pregnancy with a blood test, so you can find out early if there might be a problem. Be sure to discuss the results of this test with your doctor to understand what it means to you and what steps, if any, you should take. This test can also tell you the gender of your unborn baby. 

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Check your coverage

Did you know QNatal® Advanced noninvasive prenatal screening is covered by many insurance plans? When covered, 60% of patients pay $0. Learn more about financial options to cover your prenatal screening and download a guide to help you verify your insurance coverage.

Questions? Read the QNatal®Advanced FAQ 


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