Paternity tests are conducted to figure out the identity of the baby’s father. These tests can be done in the form of amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling both of which are quick, easy and painless. In the process, DNA sample is examined. The sampling procedure also examines foetus for chromosomal abnormalities and other genetic disorders.
Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS)
Risk Aspects of Paternity Tests
Non-invasive Paternity Testing
Non-invasive paternity testing is considered a risk-free method for conducting paternity test. In this test, foetal DNA is merged with the mother's blood stream via the wall of the placenta. The method doesn’t have complications such as leakage of amniotic fluid.
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