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PAPP-A test can detect if the female is having a high-risk pregnancy. It is done around 11-14 weeks after conception.
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Pregnancy Associated Plasma Protein-A is a glycoprotein that the placenta produces for normal fetal development. Low PAPP-A levels during pregnancy indicate the risks of genetic defects in the fetus. Your doctor may prescribe Pregnancy Associated Plasma Protein-A Test in the first and second trimesters of pregnancy to measure PAPP-A. It also screens a pregnant woman for chromosomal abnormalities, like trisomy 21 and Down syndrome. Redcliffe Labs is a reliable diagnostic lab for PAPP A Test . Being NABL accredited, we provide precise testing from the comfort of your home.
|Name Of The Test||Pregnancy Associated Plasma Protein-A (PAPP-A) Test|
|Number Of Tests||1|
|Actual Test Price||1980|
|Discounted Test Price||990|
|Home Sample Collection||Available|
|Additional Cost For Home Sample Collection||Not Required|
|Fasting Before Test||Not Required|
|Get Reports Within||3 days|
Low PAPP-A levels in pregnant women could point to the risk of premature delivery, restriction of intrauterine and other chromosomal abnormalities, and genetic defects.
The test doesn't affect pregnancy and is a helpful predictor of future obstetric outcomes. If you are looking for a pathology lab for PAPP A Blood Test , Redcliffe Labs is where your search will be satisfied. We provide Pregnancy Associated Plasma Protein A Test with a home sample collection facility to help you get tested comfortably. Visit our website or give us a call to book a test now.