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Monthly Archives: May 2010

Down Syndrome Screening After a Tubal Reversal Pregnancy

There are a few diagnostic tools available to detect chromosomal abnormalities after a tubal reversal pregnancy occurs. Many women who had previously chosen to have their tubes closed are undergoing tubal reversal procedures many years later for want of another … Continue reading

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A Quad Screen for Down Syndrome

A Quad Screen is a maternal blood screening test that is similar to the Triple Screen Test (also know as AFP Plus, the Kettering test, the Bart’s test, and Multiple Marker Screening). However, the Quad Screen looks for not only … Continue reading

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Diagnosis of Babies with Trisomy 13

How is Trisomy 13 Diagnosed? Due to the fact that Trisomy 13 has a distinctive set of physical characteristics, a doctor may be able make a diagnoses simply by performing a physical examination. The risk of Trisomy 13 does not … Continue reading

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Some facts about Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome (PTLS)

Tubal ligation has been a long-term choice for women as a form of stable birth control, but it is also reversible. Tubal reversal gives fertility back and can possibly help those who experience PTLS. For many women, the tubal ligation … Continue reading

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Facts about Patau Syndrome

If you or someone you know has recently undergone tubal ligation reversal you probably have concerns about how this procedure can influence the health of a pregnancy. Particularly as women get older and undergo procedures like a tubal ligation reversal … Continue reading

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