Reproductive carrier screening
A reproductive carrier screen is a blood test of the parents. It looks to see if they carry genetic changes (mutations) that could cause certain genetic conditions in their child.
Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT)
This is a DNA-based blood test performed on the expectant mother that screens for several common genetic conditions, such as Down syndrome and can identify the baby’s sex.
There is now a genetic test to confirm if you can digest the sugar called lactose found in milk and other dairy products. If you can’t then you are likely lactose intolerant.
The Sonic PGx panel is a genetic test that helps your doctor to provide the optimal prescription for you based on your genes.