How is Prenatal Paternity Test Processed?


What exactly is a prenatal paternity test and what are their processing times?


Prenatal paternity tests, also known as Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test (NIPP), is a non-invasive paternity test that you can take before birth. Did you know that over 40% of the births taking place in the United States are to single mothers? If you are a woman who has found herself in this situation, a NIPP may be exactly what you need.


This test can be performed as early as the 8th week of pregnancy. DNA is collected from the mother with a simple blood draw and then subsequent DNA is collected from the potential father using a few different methods, with the most common being a cheek swab. Both samples are then sent to a lab for analysis.


Results for prenatal paternity tests are generally returned within a week, once the test has been sent off to be analyzed. When the results are received, they can be read in one of two ways: 1) if the man tested is determined to be the father, the report will show a 99% or greater probability of paternity, and 2) if the man tested is not the father, the report will show a 0% probability of paternity.


This drug test form must be completed before check out. The info is required in order to create your donor pass. A donor pass must be presented at the collection site with a valid photo ID. Once the form is complete, you will be able to proceed and check out. Your donor pass will be emailed to you, in most cases same day, or within 24 hours. ALL DONOR PASSES ARE VALID FOR (7) DAYS. Collection site is selected based on the zip code you provided.

Once the order is submitted there are NO REFUNDS. You can only request an extension or drug test credit in case of cancelation.

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