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Prenatal genetic counseling is appropriate for: 

  • Women 33 and older
  • Women who have had abnormal results from prenatal screening tests, such as ultrasound and bloodwork
  • Women concerned about an exposure, such as medications or infections, during pregnancy
  • Couples with a family history of a genetic condition
  • Couples who have experienced multiple miscarriages
  • Couples who are experiencing infertility
  • Individuals who are known carriers of a genetic condition 

Our genetic counselors provide: 

  • Information about the risk of fetal abnormalities and further screening and testing options
  • Information about chromosomal abnormalities, birth defects or genetic conditions of concern
  • Consideration of the factors involved in decisions about carrier screening or prenatal testing
  • Coordination of genetic testing
  • Communication of results from testing performed through the center
  • Resources and educational materials

Collaboration with other specialists as needed, including maternal-fetal medicine, pediatric genetics, fetal therapy, neonatology, pediatric cardiology, pediatric surgery and pediatric neurology, as needed.

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