I'm not an expert on reading results, but it looks like there's only a 1 in 252 chance your baby could have trisomy 21. I know it sounds scary, but my tests showed a 1 in 54 chance one or both babies could have Down's & they're perfectly healthy :) After getting your results, you can speak with a genetic counselor to better understand them & also do an anatomy scan, where they'll look for "markers" to see if there's any reason for concern. We did an amnio after the scan & it revealed two perfectly normal babies. Remember, these tests are just to indicate a risk factor. Best wishes to you & your babies :)
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