Quadruple Marker Test- Beckman (Benetech) in Pune

32995500

Includes 4 Parameters

40% 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 15-22 weeks.

What is it for ?

Suggested during the second trimester of pregnancy, this test checks risk for birth defects.

Also known as: Quad Marker, Quad screen, 2nd Trimester Screening, Maternal Screening

Sample Type

Blood

test Instructions

  • Age Group: 18-55 Years

Benefits

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Included Tests

Package includes following parameters

Alphafeto Protein (1)

  • Alphafeto Protein

Beta HCG (Total) (1)

  • Beta HCG (Total)

Inhibin A (1)

  • Inhibin A

uE3, Unconjucated Estriol (1)

  • uE3, Unconjucated Estriol

Q&A

Helps you know your test better

Q. What Is A Quadruple Marker Test?

A. It is like another blood test that provides helpful information about pregnancy and predicts the possibility of you carrying a baby with Down syndrome and other chromosomal deficiencies.

Q. Is This Quad Marker Screen Safe?

A. Yes!!! Since it is a non-invasive test, the complications or risks associated with a Quad Marker Test are almost negligible and cause no harm to the baby and expected mother.

Q. What If The Quadruple Marker Test Results Are Abnormal?

A. If Quadruple Marker Test Results are not normal, it only indicates the chances of having a problem and does not confirm it. If the results are not as expected, your doctor may call for further screening to verify the problem.

Q. Is Quad Marker Test Mandatory?

It is not mandatory. However, it is highly advisable in several conditions, especially if you have a history of birth defects, are 35 or above, or are on specific medications that can harm the baby. You can discuss it with your healthcare provider to have better clarification.

Quadruple Marker Test in Pune

Overview

Pregnancy is undoubtedly a transformative experience that turns life upside down. It is a beautiful blessing that comes with many first-time experiences. The key to a happy and healthy pregnancy is your attentiveness towards yourself and your little one's health. When it comes to health, there is absolutely no space for carelessness. If you want to enjoy this most beautiful phase of your life, consider periodic testing as asked by your doctor to keep complications at bay. There are so many pregnancy tests that your doctor may call throughout the journey, and one among them is the Quadruple Marker Test.

Also known as Quad Screen or Quad Marker Screening, it is a simple blood test that keeps you updated about pregnancy progress. It determines potential developmental problems within the baby’s brain, spinal cord, and neural tissues before they take a devastating shape. Therefore, if your doctor has asked for it, it becomes compulsory than just crucial. You can book your Quadruple Marker Test in Pune with Redcliffe Labs.

Purpose Of Quadruple Marker Test:

  • Evaluate your chances of carrying a baby with birth defects.
  • Determine chromosomal defects at an early that otherwise cause lifelong intellectual disability.
  • Diagnose Trisomy 18, which causes severe developmental delays in body structure.
  • It also addresses the presence of Spina bifida, which, if not taken care of on time, can cause defects in the spinal cord and spine bones.
  • Moreover, this test clarifies the risks of continuing the pregnancy.

However, it needs to be understood that it can only predict the likelihood of a problem and not the problem itself. Your doctor may call for a Quadruple Marker to observe your pregnancy and track your and your baby's health.

Quadruple Marker Is Suggested Among Women Who:

  • Have diabetes or use insulin.
  • Are 35 or above during pregnancy.
  • Have ever been exposed to radiation therapy.
  • Are on some harmful medications during pregnancy. 
  • Have a family history of genetic disorders or birth defects. 
  • Have other chronic illnesses that can interfere with their pregnancy. 

Quad Screen Checks For Following In Your Blood:

  • Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP): Its levels higher than normal indicate neural tube defects or chances of having twins/li>
  • Unconjugated estriol (UE): Its low levels in the body indicate higher risks for a baby with Down syndrome.
  • Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG): Higher levels indicate higher chances of a baby with chromosomal defects.
  • Inhibin-A: If its levels are higher in your body than normal, it hints baby with birth defects.

Quadruple Marker Test Price in Pune

Name of The Test Quadruple Marker Test in Pune
Sample Type Blood
Number Of Tests 1
Actual Test Price Rs 5500
Discounted Test Price Rs 3199- Rs 3600
Home Sample Collection Available
Additional Cost For Home Sample Collection Not Required
Fasting Before Test No Fasting Required
Get Reports Within 3 Days

Quadruple Marker Test Price

Quadruple Marker Test Price in Different Cities

City Name Discounted Price
Delhi ₹3299
Noida ₹3299
Mumbai ₹3199
Bangalore ₹3299
Kolkata ₹3299
Pune ₹3299
Lucknow ₹3600
Ahmedabad ₹3199
Hyderabad ₹3299
Chennai ₹3199
Gurgaon ₹3299
Jaipur ₹3600
Faridabad ₹3299
Indore ₹3600
Patna ₹3600

Things You Should Know Before Quadruple Marker Test:

  • Quadruple Test In Pregnancy is highly recommended in the second trimester to detect if your fetus has symptoms of Down syndrome or other chromosomal deficiencies.
  • Besides diagnosing congenital disabilities, the test also helps keep an eye on the development in pregnancy.
  • It is like another blood test, has no risks associated, and causes no harm to the little one or expected women.
  • The test is not mandatory yet highly recommended among women who have diabetes, are on insulin or other specific medications, and have several other conditions.

Reasons To Choose Redcliffe Labs For Quadruple Marker Test:

  • Provide one-to-one communication for maximum clarity and customer satisfaction.
  • Work on our toes to provide comfort, convenience, and utmost care without compromising the test quality.
  • Assure accurate reports within a promised time frame with doctor consultation as required.
  • Follow ethical standards and testing procedures to keep up with industry norms.
  • Use ultra-modern machinery and years of experience to offer excellent testing experience.

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Don’t Take A Risk, Book A Test With Redcliffe Labs Today!

The safety of your little one is in your hands only, don’t take it otherwise. If your doctor has called for it, take it immediately. You can Book Quadruple Screening Online via the website or mobile app in 1 minute. Our cutting-edge resources and skilled workforce with their experience and expertise offer proper testing at reasonable rates. So, book a test with us now.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Quadruple Marker Test?
Also called the Quadruple Screen or Quad Screen, the Quadruple Marker Test is a screening test suggested during the second trimester of pregnancy. As the name suggests, it evaluates four specific substances in the mother’s blood to assess the risk of having a baby with certain chromosomal abnormalities and neural tube defects in the developing fetus.
    What is the price of the Quadruple Marker Test?
    The Quadruple Marker Test Price with Redcliffe Labs is just Rs 3299. You can schedule the test online via the website to get tested comfortably from home
      What does the Quadruple Marker Test Screen for?
      It screens for four specific substances, namely Alphafeto Protein, Beta HCG (Total), Inhibin A and uE3, and Unconjugated Estriol in the expected mother-to-be blood to assess their risk of having a baby with certain neural tube defects or chromosomal abnormalities. Identifying the risk markers early helps parents make informed decisions about their pregnancy.
        How is the Quadruple Marker Test performed?
        Since it is a blood test, it requires a sample of blood from the expected mother-to-be. Usually performed during 15-20 weeks of pregnancy, the test involves blood sample collection from the vein using a sterile needle. The phlebotomist collects and sends the blood sample to the laboratory for analysis.
          Is the Quadruple Marker Test diagnostic for chromosomal abnormalities?
          No, the Quadruple Marker Test is a screening test, not a diagnostic one. It only screens for the risks and indicates the presence of some abnormalities. However, the doctor may suggest further tests for accurate diagnosis
            Are false positives possible with the Quadruple Marker Test?
            Yes, there are probabilities of false positive Quadruple Marker Test results. Maternal age, weight, and gestational age are common factors that can influence the test results, potentially leading to false positive or inaccurate results.

              40% off for a limited period

              Frequently Asked Questions

              What is a Quadruple Marker Test?
              Also called the Quadruple Screen or Quad Screen, the Quadruple Marker Test is a screening test suggested during the second trimester of pregnancy. As the name suggests, it evaluates four specific substances in the mother’s blood to assess the risk of having a baby with certain chromosomal abnormalities and neural tube defects in the developing fetus.
                What is the price of the Quadruple Marker Test?
                The Quadruple Marker Test Price with Redcliffe Labs is just Rs 3299. You can schedule the test online via the website to get tested comfortably from home
                  What does the Quadruple Marker Test Screen for?
                  It screens for four specific substances, namely Alphafeto Protein, Beta HCG (Total), Inhibin A and uE3, and Unconjugated Estriol in the expected mother-to-be blood to assess their risk of having a baby with certain neural tube defects or chromosomal abnormalities. Identifying the risk markers early helps parents make informed decisions about their pregnancy.
                    How is the Quadruple Marker Test performed?
                    Since it is a blood test, it requires a sample of blood from the expected mother-to-be. Usually performed during 15-20 weeks of pregnancy, the test involves blood sample collection from the vein using a sterile needle. The phlebotomist collects and sends the blood sample to the laboratory for analysis.
                      Is the Quadruple Marker Test diagnostic for chromosomal abnormalities?
                      No, the Quadruple Marker Test is a screening test, not a diagnostic one. It only screens for the risks and indicates the presence of some abnormalities. However, the doctor may suggest further tests for accurate diagnosis
                        Are false positives possible with the Quadruple Marker Test?
                        Yes, there are probabilities of false positive Quadruple Marker Test results. Maternal age, weight, and gestational age are common factors that can influence the test results, potentially leading to false positive or inaccurate results.