NIPT | Surrogate’s blood DNA | Physician Surrogacy


A prenatal screening looks at DNA from your baby’s placenta through a sample of your Surrogate’s blood.

Test purpose

This test is used to identify whether she’s at an increased risk of giving birth to a child with a genetic disorder. However, NIPT cannot definitively determine whether your baby has a chromosomal disorder, only the likelihood of having a certain condition.


While an NIPT test can’t tell for sure whether your baby has a genetic abnormality, it’s highly accurate. It’s 97 to 99 percent accurate for detecting the following common conditions:

  • Down Syndrome
  • Trisomy 18
  • Spina bifida

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