Consider Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT)

Have you considered non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT)?

NIPT is the new standard of care in prenatal screening. Medical societies, such as the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG), have increasingly advocated for its adoption.

What is NIPT?

NIPT stands for “non-invasive prenatal testing” – you can understand your baby’s risk for certain chromosomal conditions with a simple blood draw

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Why NIPT is recommended

Over 3M women per year receive valuable information about their baby’s health through NIPT

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How will I pay for NIPT?

Many insurance plans cover NIPT for all single baby pregnancies, regardless of maternal age or risk group

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What is NIPT?

A simple blood draw

NIPT uses a blood sample from the mother to analyze DNA from the placenta for certain chromosome conditions, like Down syndrome, that could affect the baby’s health. During pregnancy, some of the DNA from the placenta, which carries the baby's genetic information, crosses into mom’s bloodstream.


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How will I pay for NIPT?

Ensuring access for every patient

Natera is sensitive to the costs associated with having a baby. We are committed to ensuring that every patient has access to our high quality tests, regardless of her insurance plan or financial circumstances. Contact us at 844-528-3390

Understanding Costs

Interested in taking our test, but curious about costs to you? Visit our test cost estimator for more information.

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