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Healthy Families.

Genetic testing can provide insights to help you better understand your health, and that of your family, too. And Labcorp is one of the few laboratories that can provide a true continuity of care, from pre-pregnancy screens to pediatric diagnostics to Women’s Health and Wellness to hereditary cancer testing.

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The Right Tests for Each Stage
of the Reproductive Journey

Pre-Pregnancy
Pregnancy
Pediatric
Pregnancy Loss

Understand Your Risk Level for Cancers that Run in the Family

Understand Your Risk Level
for Cancers that Run in the Family

Hereditary Cancer

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    Carrier Screening

    These tests detect the “carrier status” of you and/or your partner and help determine if there’s any risk of passing on a genetic disorder, such as cystic fibrosis (which affects about 1 in 3500 babies born in the US).1

    Learn more about carrier screening options

  • Pregnancy Test

    Carrier Screening

    These tests detect the “carrier status” of you and/or your partner and help determine if there’s any risk of passing on a genetic disorder, such as cystic fibrosis (which affects about 1 in 3500 babies born in the US).1 These tests may be performed before becoming pregnant, too. 

    Learn more about carrier screening options

    Prenatal Screening

    These tests screen for chromosomal abnormalities in your baby, such as trisomy 21 (Down syndrome). Some of these tests can also determine fetal sex. Options at this stage in your pregnancy include noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT), serum screening, and chorionic villi sampling (CVS).

    Learn more about prenatal testing options
     

  • Pregnancy

    Carrier Screening

    These tests detect the “carrier status” of you and/or your partner and help determine if there’s any risk of passing on a genetic disorder, such as cystic fibrosis (which affects about 1 in 3500 babies born in the US).1 These tests may be performed before becoming pregnant, too. 

    Learn more about carrier screening options

    Prenatal Screening

    These tests screen for chromosomal abnormalities in your baby, such as trisomy 21 (Down syndrome). Some of these tests can also determine fetal sex. Options at this stage in your pregnancy include noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) and serum screening.

    Learn more about prenatal testing options

    Amniocentesis

    Doctors may recommend amniocentesis or other diagnostic procedures if you have a risk for a known inherited disorder or birth defect, or if you had abnormal results from a serum screen or NIPT.

    Learn more
     

  • Pregnant woman

    Carrier Screening

    These tests detect the “carrier status” of you and/or your partner and help determine if there’s any risk of passing on a genetic disorder, such as cystic fibrosis (which affects about 1 in 3500 babies born in the US).1 These tests may be performed before becoming pregnant, too. 

    Learn more about carrier screening options

    Amniocentesis

    Doctors may recommend amniocentesis or other diagnostic procedures if you have a risk for a known inherited disorder or birth defect, or if you had abnormal results from a serum screen or NIPT.

    Learn more

    Ultrasound

    The ultrasound can be used during pregnancy to show images of your baby, amniotic sac, and placenta. Some major birth defects can be seen with an ultrasound. 

    Learn more
     

Couple talking with doctor

Carrier Screening

These tests detect the “carrier status” of you and/or your partner and help determine if there’s any risk of passing on a genetic disorder, such as cystic fibrosis (which affects about 1 in 3500 babies born in the US).1

Learn more about carrier screening options

Pregnancy Test

Carrier Screening

These tests detect the “carrier status” of you and/or your partner and help determine if there’s any risk of passing on a genetic disorder, such as cystic fibrosis (which affects about 1 in 3500 babies born in the US).1 These tests may be performed before becoming pregnant, too. 

Learn more about carrier screening options

Prenatal Screening

These tests screen for chromosomal abnormalities in your baby, such as trisomy 21 (Down syndrome). Some of these tests can also determine fetal sex. Options at this stage in your pregnancy include noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT), serum screening, and chorionic villi sampling (CVS).

Learn more about prenatal testing options
 

Pregnancy

Carrier Screening

These tests detect the “carrier status” of you and/or your partner and help determine if there’s any risk of passing on a genetic disorder, such as cystic fibrosis (which affects about 1 in 3500 babies born in the US).1 These tests may be performed before becoming pregnant, too. 

Learn more about carrier screening options

Prenatal Screening

These tests screen for chromosomal abnormalities in your baby, such as trisomy 21 (Down syndrome). Some of these tests can also determine fetal sex. Options at this stage in your pregnancy include noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) and serum screening.

Learn more about prenatal testing options

Amniocentesis

Doctors may recommend amniocentesis or other diagnostic procedures if you have a risk for a known inherited disorder or birth defect, or if you had abnormal results from a serum screen or NIPT.

Learn more
 

Pregnant woman

Carrier Screening

These tests detect the “carrier status” of you and/or your partner and help determine if there’s any risk of passing on a genetic disorder, such as cystic fibrosis (which affects about 1 in 3500 babies born in the US).1 These tests may be performed before becoming pregnant, too. 

Learn more about carrier screening options

Amniocentesis

Doctors may recommend amniocentesis or other diagnostic procedures if you have a risk for a known inherited disorder or birth defect, or if you had abnormal results from a serum screen or NIPT.

Learn more

Ultrasound

The ultrasound can be used during pregnancy to show images of your baby, amniotic sac, and placenta. Some major birth defects can be seen with an ultrasound. 

Learn more
 

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