Double Marker Test in Indore

24003000

Includes 2 Parameters

20% off for a limited period

FastingNot Required
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Additional Instructions

Mandatory - Submission of Maternal History Form & Latest copy of Ultrasound report during sample collection. The recommended period is 11-13.6 weeks.

What is it for ?

It monitors fetus development & detects its risk of developing chromosomal issues.

Also known as: Dual Marker, 1st Trimester Screening, Maternal Screening, DMT Test for Pregnancy

Sample Type

Blood

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test Instructions

  • Age Group: 18-55 Years
Double Marker Test in Indore

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Included Tests

Package includes following parameters

Double Marker (2)

  • Free Beta HCG
  • PAPP-A (pregnancy-associated plasma protein-A)

Test Criteria

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Who all are eligible for double marker test?

  • Women over the age of 35 and those with a history of chromosomal abnormalities are eligible.

Why take double marker test?

  • The test is recommended for pregnant women to detect the risk of chromosomal abnormalities in the fetus, including some neurological disorders such as Edward’s or Down’s syndrome.

What are the benefits of double marker test?

  • As mentioned above, it helps doctors in the detection of chromosomal abnormalities. An abnormal fetus has one extra chromosome than normal fetuses.
  • It is a reliable test that accurately detects the extra chromosome in the fetus and also gives information about the neurological abnormalities
  • The test results can also indicate more than one fetus, other birth defects, or complicated pregnancy.
  • It helps doctors detect the problem more quickly.
  • This helps the couple prepare mentally before the child's birth in case of any defect detected during pregnancy.

Q&A

Helps you know your test better

Q. How can I book my test?

A. If you are planning to book diagnostic tests with Redcliffe Labs, then it is quite a simple and smooth process. All you have to do is just call us and our well trained and patient-friendly representatives will book an appointment for you. Also, you can book the test online by visiting our website and as soon as we get your query within no time we will make sure to book the appointment for you.

Q. In how much time will I get my test report?

A. Redcliffe Labs knows how important the timing is when it comes to health checkups. We make sure that reports are sent to you as soon as possible so that you can begin with the right treatment and medications on time. You will get your reports within 3 days.

Q. Where can I see or get my test results?

A. You can receive your test results at your given email address or on your phone number and also on WhatsApp. Redcliffe Labs makes sure to send precise and timely reports following the highest standards to maintain quality.

Q. Is home sample collection available for this test?

A. Yes, home sample collection is available for the diagnostic tests as per your needs. Once the test is booked as per your diagnostic requirements, our expert phlebotomist will reach your given address to collect the sample.

Double Marker Pregnancy Test in Indore

Understanding Double marker test for Pregnancy

A particular test is performed as a predictive test to determine if the baby has any chromosomal abnormalities during pregnancy. This is referred to as a Double Marker test or a screening test for maternal serum. Generally, a Double marker test is performed during the first trimester of pregnancy as part of standard checks. The test includes measuring the levels of two hormones in the blood: free Beta Human Chorionic Gonadotropin and pregnancy-associated plasma protein-A. The Double Marker test in pregnancy can also assist in diagnosing neurological abnormalities in the fetus, such as Down syndrome, Edwards syndrome, and Patau syndrome.

The test is standard for women, but it is especially recommended for women over 35, as advancing age increases the likelihood of having a child with chromosomal abnormalities.

What kind of chromosomal abnormalities can be detected?

A chromosomal anomaly occurs when one or more chromosomes are added or deleted. A fetus typically contains 22 pairs of autosomal chromosomes. A girl will have a XX chromosome in addition to the autosomal 22 pairs, and a male will have an XY chromosome in addition to the autosomal 22 pairs.

  • Down syndrome is a frequent anomaly characterized by an extra copy of chromosomal number 21, also known as trisomy of 21.
  • Another prevalent disorder is Edward syndrome, which occurs with a trisomy of chromosomal number 18.
  • A chromosome 13 trisomy causes Patau syndrome.

Women having increased levels of HCG and PAPP-A in their blood are found to have a child with a potential chromosomal defect. However, it is crucial to remember that the Double Marker test is not conclusive, and a doctor may recommend another test, such as an ultrasound or a nuchal translucency scan.

When is a Double Marker test required for a woman?

The Double marker test in pregnancy is frequently given as a diagnostic measure to many women, but it is specifically suggested in other circumstances.

  • When a woman is above 35, her fetus is more likely to acquire congenital malformations and genetic problems.
  • If there is a family history of congenital impairments or abnormalities, the odds of the fetus inheriting it are multiplied many times.
  • If a woman has diabetes or has a family history of diabetes and insulin resistance, the test can diagnose.

What are the different uses of a Double Marker test?

A dual marker test can be pretty effective in predicting the fetus against a range of illnesses.

  • It can aid in diagnosing any mental disorders that the baby may be born with. A Double Marker test can also aid in determining the fetus's likelihood of developing mental problems.
  • As a mother's age increases, her chances of having a baby with chromosomal abnormalities increase; hence the Double Marker test in Indore is mainly used to determine if the fetus has down syndrome or not.
  • Edward syndrome, caused by the trisomy of 18, can have a severe impact on normal mental health, causing mental retardation and various word defects. A Double Marker test can be used to detect this.
  • Another issue that may readily be identified is the trisomy of chromosomal number 21, characterized by many mental, neurological, and health abnormalities.
  • The test is also helpful in diagnosing whether the child will suffer from a loss of muscle mass, excessive skin growth at the back of the neck, or a short neck.
  • The test can also detect microcephaly where the infant's head is deformed and small in size, micrognathia where the jaws are shaped abnormally, and arched spine.
  • Double Marker test can also be useful in distinguishing umbilical hernia in mothers carrying the child.

Is the double Marker test mandatory for every woman?

Undergoing a double Marker test is not mandatory for every woman, but in most cases where the female is above 35, this test is generally recommended. The chances of an Infant developing abnormality increase with mothers' increasing age. The double Marker test is available for females of all age groups, and it's not a mandatory test. After analyzing all the different factors, if your doctor prescribed this test, it is recommended to generally undergo a double Marker test for the early detection of any abnormalities.

How should the results of the Double Marker test be analyzed?

The test findings are generally classified into low, moderate, and high-risk categories.

  • Low risk: this group has outcomes that are close to normal. 
  • In a Double Marker test, the typical amount of HCG is roughly 25700-288000 mIU/ml, and PAPP – A is 1 MoM (multiples of median)
  • Moderate or high risk: In the event of an aberrant result with a divergence from the average value, additional conclusive tests, such as non-invasive prenatal testing or amniocentesis, can be performed. Extreme variance from normal levels in the report might place you in the moderate to high-risk zone.

It is generally seen that the free human chorionic gonadotropin levels (HCG) are higher in case of any complications related to Down or Turner syndrome. On the other hand, the level of PAPP is lower in the case of down or Turner's syndrome.

Knowing if your child has a congenital anomaly might help you manage any potential issues that may arise in the future.

What does the Double Marker test cost in Indore?

Name Of The Test Double Marker Test in Indore
Sample Type Blood
Number Of Tests 2
Actual Test Price Rs 3000
Discounted Test Price Rs 2149 - Rs 2400 (Depending on your selected city)
Home Sample Collection Available
Additional Cost For Home Sample Collection Nil
Fasting Before Test No fasting Required
Get Reports Within With In 3 Days

A dual marker test is a simple pregnancy test essential for screening. The final Double Marker test cost in Indore varies according to the city you are located in, the testing facilities of the Diagnostic laboratory, the quality and availability of the test, and the testing facility accreditation. Typically, the cost is slightly higher. Redcliffe provides several discounts, and the test may be obtained at a very low price of INR 2149 to Rs 2400.

Double Marker Test Price in Indore

Pregnancy-Related Tests/Packages That You Can Book with Redcliffe Labs

Tests/Packages Offer Price in INR
HCG Test ₹499
HCG Tumor Marker (Cancer) Test ₹650
Alpha Fetoprotein (AFP), Maternal Marker Test ₹900
Pregnancy Associated Plasma Protein-A(PAPP-A) Test ₹1000
Double Marker Test- Auto-Delfia ₹2500
Double Marker Test + PLGF- Roche ₹3200
Triple Marker Test ₹2900
Quadruple Marker Test ₹3600

Double Marker Test Price in Different Cities

City Name Discounted Price
Delhi ₹2249
Noida ₹2249
Mumbai ₹2249
Bangalore ₹2249
Kolkata ₹2149
Pune ₹2249
Lucknow ₹2400
Ahmedabad ₹2249
Hyderabad ₹2249
Chennai ₹2249
Gurgaon ₹2249
Jaipur ₹2400
Faridabad ₹2249
Indore ₹2400
Patna ₹2400

What are the advantages of a non-invasive Double Marker test at Redcliffe?

  • Redcliffe provides the most versatile and safe dual test for pregnancy
  • The test is very accurate, detecting trisomies more than 99 percent of the time; the false positive rate is nearly non-existent, at less than 1 percent.
  • The test is straightforward and efficient. Only 10 mL of the mother's blood is needed for the sample.
  • The test provides an in-depth investigation of different aneuploidies that your child may have.
  • Testing is highly efficient and there is no need to redraw the blood.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Double Marker Test?
It is one of the pregnancy tests often recommended to detect abnormalities in the fetus and check for the baby's healthy development inside the womb.
    What is the price of a Double Marker Test in Indore?
    Double Marker Test in Indore can be booked with Redcliffe Labs at a starting price of Rs 2149 and can go up to Rs 2400 PAN India with a free home sample collection facility.
      What are the benefits of taking the Double Marker Test?
      Being a common pregnancy test, the double marker test checks for chromosomal abnormalities in the baby inside the womb and ensures the baby's and mom-to-be's health. It helps prevent unforeseen complications after the baby is born.
        Is the double marker test mandatory?
        Double marker test is not mandatory, yet highly advisable to detect abnormalities in the fetus before birth that enable one to avoid unforeseen complications and take preventive measures in time.
          Can a double marker test be done after 14 weeks?
          Yes, the double marker test during pregnancy can be done between 10 to 14 weeks.
            How to read double-marker test reports?
            The results are positive if the ratio is between 1:10 to 1:250, and this condition is highly dangerous for both the mother and the developing fetus. Whereas the ratio between 1:1000 or above means negative results, indicating safe results and fewer risks.
              How is the double marker test done ?
              The double marker test is done through a blood sample. Your healthcare provider will collect the blood sample from your arm’s vein.
                Why is the double marker test done?
                The double marker test diagnoses the chromosomal abnormalities. The test detects neurological problems such as Down syndrome or Edwards Syndrome in the fetuS
                  When is the double marker test done?
                  The double market test is done during the 10 to 14 weeks of pregnancy. This specific timing is important for accurate results. This early screening allows for early detection if any issues are present.
                    How much time does it take for a double marker test?
                    The double market test does not take more than 15 minutes. The phlebotomist will collect the blood sample from the vein during the process.
                      Is a double marker test done on an empty stomach?
                      The double market test does not require fasting; you can eat and drink as usual before the test.
                        What if the double marker test is positive?
                        The positive result of the double marker test indicates the risk of chromosomal abnormalities in a fetus like Down syndrome and Edward Syndrome.

                          20% off for a limited period

                          Frequently Asked Questions

                          What is a Double Marker Test?
                          It is one of the pregnancy tests often recommended to detect abnormalities in the fetus and check for the baby's healthy development inside the womb.
                            What is the price of a Double Marker Test in Indore?
                            Double Marker Test in Indore can be booked with Redcliffe Labs at a starting price of Rs 2149 and can go up to Rs 2400 PAN India with a free home sample collection facility.
                              What are the benefits of taking the Double Marker Test?
                              Being a common pregnancy test, the double marker test checks for chromosomal abnormalities in the baby inside the womb and ensures the baby's and mom-to-be's health. It helps prevent unforeseen complications after the baby is born.
                                Is the double marker test mandatory?
                                Double marker test is not mandatory, yet highly advisable to detect abnormalities in the fetus before birth that enable one to avoid unforeseen complications and take preventive measures in time.
                                  Can a double marker test be done after 14 weeks?
                                  Yes, the double marker test during pregnancy can be done between 10 to 14 weeks.
                                    How to read double-marker test reports?
                                    The results are positive if the ratio is between 1:10 to 1:250, and this condition is highly dangerous for both the mother and the developing fetus. Whereas the ratio between 1:1000 or above means negative results, indicating safe results and fewer risks.
                                      How is the double marker test done ?
                                      The double marker test is done through a blood sample. Your healthcare provider will collect the blood sample from your arm’s vein.
                                        Why is the double marker test done?
                                        The double marker test diagnoses the chromosomal abnormalities. The test detects neurological problems such as Down syndrome or Edwards Syndrome in the fetuS
                                          When is the double marker test done?
                                          The double market test is done during the 10 to 14 weeks of pregnancy. This specific timing is important for accurate results. This early screening allows for early detection if any issues are present.
                                            How much time does it take for a double marker test?
                                            The double market test does not take more than 15 minutes. The phlebotomist will collect the blood sample from the vein during the process.
                                              Is a double marker test done on an empty stomach?
                                              The double market test does not require fasting; you can eat and drink as usual before the test.
                                                What if the double marker test is positive?
                                                The positive result of the double marker test indicates the risk of chromosomal abnormalities in a fetus like Down syndrome and Edward Syndrome.