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A brief description of the test, its purpose, and the procedures used are given for each test, but the majority of the information is about the specifics of large women and the test.
If you need more detail about statistics, interpretation of results, rates of 'false-positives', etc., then be sure to research the many websites devoted to prenatal testing online.
research any test before deciding whether to use it or not. For more information on prenatal testing, see the FAQs available from info on the Internet.
Big moms are STRONGLY urged to read the FAQ on Ultrasound Safety and Accuracy BEFORE reading this FAQ, so that they can better understand the benefits and risks of ultrasounds before reading about their implications in women of size.They don't consider that intimately wrapped up in the question of prenatal testing is the moral dilemma of abortion and the thorny issue of eugenics.Barbara Katz Rothman points out: The history of prenatal diagnosis has roots in the eugenics movement..of its history has been an attempt to control the gates of life: to decide who is, and who is not, fit to make a contribution to the gene pool.Kmom's own experiences with prenatal testing (detailed in the FAQs) have largely been negative, and she is certainly strongly concerned that so many women enter into these tests without really considering what they are doing beforehand.Part of the purpose of this FAQ is to help women understand the scenarios they might face should their screening test come back positive for possible problems.