Lab Testing Categories


  1. HCG, TOTAL (U) QL


    Beta hCG Quantitative (pregnancy test) values may reach detectable limits within 7-10 days of conception. hCG is produced by the placenta and reaches a peak between the 7th and 10th week of gestation. hCG is a glycoprotein hormone which is secreted during normal pregnancy and with pathologic conditions such as hydatidiform mole, choriocarcinoma and testicular neoplasm. If the hCG serum result is inconsistent with clinical presentation, then ordering hCG, Total, Qualitative, Urine is recommended.


    HCG W/GEST TABLE - The Pregnancy Test with Fetal Age Chart is a blood test that not only tells you “Yes” or “No”, but tells you how far along you are in your pregnancy (if you are at least two weeks pregnant at the time off the test).
  3. NONINVASIVE Prenatal Paternity Test (Mother/Child and Father)

    NONINVASIVE Prenatal Paternity Test (Mother/Child and Father)

    When waiting to determine the biological father of your child is not an option, this alternative may be for you – a non-invasive Prenatal Paternity Test with zero risk to the fetus. This non-invasive test gives you an accurate determination (with 99% or more certainty) of who the child’s biological father is as early as 9 weeks of pregnancy and eliminates risk to the fetus. The process is very simple and easy. It starts by collecting blood samples from both the mother and alleged father. An analysis of the fetal DNA and the mother’s DNA can be used to help pinpoint the exact “genetic markers” that were contributed by the father. Then the DNA of the potential father is analyzed to determine the probability that his genetic markers are found in the child. This is known as a percentage probability of paternity. Our professional medical assistant will collect blood samples from the mother and alleged father to determine the paternity of a single child. If more than one alleged father participates in the test, additional fees will be incurred.

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