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High Risk Results For Second Trimester Tri-Screen

I had my first trimester tri-screen at 12 weeks. Everything looked great. Ultrasounds have shown no abnormalities, NT measurment was 1.2mm and my tri-screen bloodwork came back "screen negative".

I had another triscreen on Monday at 16w 6d. Again, baby looks great but this time my blood work showed that I had a higher risk. I have my 19 week scan with a high risk doctor 11 days and my OB thinks it is an error. I am waiting to hear back from the doctor and get more information.

Has anyone had experience with this and had a healthy baby? My OB is not suggesting that I get an amnio or even worried but I am terrified for my baby.
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