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Discussion in 'Pregnancy Chat' started by Dotty_woman, Jun 7, 2013.
Nice to see the Harmony test getting a bit more exposure.
Hey dotty, thanks for posting this
Having had invasive testing at 14 weeks (cvs) with my last child after a shock 1:9 risk im all for this, yayy for them starting a study in nhs hosps next mth!!
Hope its not too many years before it comes in free
Lovely to hear some more about this test.
Out of interest, how much does it cost? (If you don't mind me asking!)
That is god news. My midwife didnt even know what this was! :s
i was just reading this last night as some of you know we had this at 20 weeks after a 1:35 downs risk and after IVF at 39 CVS was NO NO..
CARNAT we paid around £500.00 - its a 10 day painful wait for results but fab news for us.
IF we are lucky enough to have another baby i will refuse NHS testing ( i cant go through that worry again) and go straight to harmony
The sooner the NHS get this the better
I didn't have the testing because the answers can be so vague and the risks to find out more, can be quite high.
I think if this became available on the NHS I would go ahead with testing, just because of the clearer answers xx
Carnat - I will pm you about this. xxx