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CVS technique in paternity testing

CVS Paternity test

CVS (Chorionic villous sampling) is a much-known technique that is used to determine any genetic disorder in the fetus. This prenatal testing technique consists of a sampling of chorionic villi which are like finger-like projections of the placental tissue which contain the same genetic material as the fetus. This process is done after 10-12 weeks into the pregnancy.

2 ways samples are collected

  • Transabdominal CVS: In this case, a needle is inserted into the abdominal and then observed by ultrasound. This needle doesn’t enter into the amniotic sac and also done under local anesthetic.
  • Transcervical CVS: Here, a tube is inserted (catheter) into the placenta through the cervix to get a tissue sample.

When CVS technique is needed

  • When you have a sex-linked genetic disease like congenital night blindness, Fragile X syndrome, high blood pressure genes, hemophilia, and many others.
  • In the case of an abnormal cell-free DNA test, you can rely on the CVS technique.
  • If your family has a history of genetic diseases then the CVS technique can be used as a better option.

CVS paternity test price is very affordable and you will be informed about all risks & procedures before the test.  FaceDNAtest experts are renowned and always available for assistance in DNA testing.

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