Prenatal paternity testing is becoming more and more important in today’s world. An estimated 75% of fathers who pay child support are paying for children who are, in fact, not even theirs. A further estimated 10% of American children are fathered by someone other than the man their mother tells them. Courts recommend that any parent who will be paying child support get a paternity test, before agreeing to pay.
While in some cases, this is caused by deceit, studies show that the majority of these mothers just don’t know who the father is. This phenomenon is part of the cause for the rising demand for prenatal paternity testing.
Prenatal paternity testing allows the mother to privately determine who the father of her child is. This removes any guessing, uncertainty or the possibility of mistakes and for any woman who has had more than one partner, this can be extremely important for the future of the child. Knowing who the father of the child is will allow the mother to legally demand child support or share custody from the man she has proven is the father.
Today’s non-invasive prenatal paternity tests allow women to take a test right from the privacy of their home. All that is required is a simple drawing of blood with no doctor required for the non-invasive test; a doctor will be required to withdraw amniotic fluid samples for older versions of the test. Women should include a sample from the expected father. The child’s DNA is picked up directly from the mother’s blood, allowing DNA test labs to determine the paternity of the child before it is born. Fetal DNA is extremely plentiful in the mother’s bloodstream as documented in the book, ‘Prenatal Diagnosis’ by Jocelyn Kaiser. The process of prenatal paternity testing involves comparing the DNA of the child with that of the father in order to conclusively determine results.
Most importantly, this new, non-invasive prenatal paternity test allows women to test the paternity of their child without risking harm to the fetus. Outdated, less safe prenatal tests required the mother to visit a doctor in order to withdraw a sample of amniotic fluid from around the womb. The process required inserting a needle into the womb to withdraw the fluid which could be harmful to the child. No prenatal paternity test can be purchased online, however; you can schedule a purchase date from a local store through your computer. You should arrange for a pickup of your DNA samples when you order the tests.
The new, non-invasive prenatal test can be performed as early as 9 weeks with DNA test results in as little as 5 days!
Prenatal paternity tests are safe, affordable and can be performed at home. All you have to do is take a blood sample from the mother and the alleged father, mail it in and wait for positive results. Learning the truth is important on any occasion, but even more so when it involves the paternity of a child. Home paternity tests are private, affordable and most importantly, accurate. If you have any doubts about the paternity of a child, there is no reason why you shouldn’t purchase a prenatal test and have a professional pick it up for analyzing. Knowing the paternity of your child is important for the mother, the father and the child!
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