NIPT Harmony™ Prenatal Test | Harpenden, Hitchin, Hemel Hempstead and surrounding area's   

The Harmony™ Prenatal Test - Performed by Consultant Obstetrician 
The Aster Clinic offers the Harmony NIPT Test for: 
Down’s syndrome (T21) 
Edwards syndrome (T18) 
Patau syndrome (T13) 
fetal sexing 
The Harmony test (NIPT) is currently the most advanced non-invasive pregnancy screening test for parents that wish to screen for Down’s syndrome (Trisomy 21), Edward's syndrome (Trisomy 18) or Patau’s syndrome (Trisomy 13). 
Using a DNA-based technology, the Harmony prenatal test has been shown to identify more than 99% of pregnancies with Down syndrome. 
It uses the latest technology to assesses the fetal DNA taken from a simple blood test from the mother and provides a probability for the three most common chromosome disorders, Down syndrome (trisomy 21), Edward's syndrome (trisomy 18), and Patau syndrome (trisomy 13). 
The Harmony test has a higher positive predictive value (PPV) than the current NHS combined test. 
It is a non-invasive test 
From 10 weeks performed by our consultant Obstetrician.  
The Harmony Test is processed by The Doctors Laboratory in London. Please see more information about the Harmony Test 
No screening test is able to exclude all rare condition. 
A low probability NIPT test at 10 weeks of pregnancy does not exclude the finding of a structural concern at the time of the NHS Dating scan or later in the pregnancy. The optimal time for NIPT is 11 + weeks. 

Click for more information about the NIPT Harmony Test for mums in Herts & Beds 


Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) Dunstable Luton - Bedfordshire Hertfordshire Buckinghamshire 

NIPT is performed with an early scan or reassurance scan at Aster Baby Scan Clinic. 
NIPT screens for Down's Syndrome and other chromosomal abnormalities from 10 weeks. Quick results are available at our Clinic in Dunstable. We are easy to access if you live in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire. 
More information on Screening test and different abnormalities in pregnancy are available via the links below: 
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