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Before conception
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When you’re planning to get pregnant, it’s important to take a closer look at your own health. Testing can help you know what to expect and what steps you may need to take.

During pregnancy
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As your pregnancy continues, expect your doctor to recommend routine tests designed to monitor your health, check for infections that could harm your pregnancy, and screen for potential birth defects. Routine tests designed to monitor your health, check for infections that could harm your pregnancy, and screen for potential birth defects.

Check your coverage
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Did you know QNatal® Advanced noninvasive prenatal screening is covered by many insurance plans? When covered, 60% of patients pay $0. Learn more about financial options to cover your prenatal screening and download a guide to help you verify your insurance coverage.

Preparing for a test: getting started
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Ask about noninvasive prenatal screening

Now there’s a noninvasive prenatal screening option for high-risk pregnancies—safe, accurate, and convenient. Ask your doctor about QNatal® Advanced NIPS, a noninvasive screening test.

Prenatal genetic diagnostic tests
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Watch the prenatal genetic diagnostic tests video

Knowing what to expect can help you plan. At Quest Diagnostics, we’ve provided advanced genetic testing since the 1970s. Our extensive test menu includes innovative technologies and a wide range of testing options—including more than 700 genetic tests.

Get your lab results with MyQuest™
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Essential health information you can see, store, and share

Get lab results on your mobile device or desktop, be prepared for an emergency with critical health information, schedule and receive medication reminders, and schedule appointments at Quest Diagnostics Patient Service Centers.