Best Amniocentesis Test for High Risk Pregnancy in Bangalore

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30% cheaper than market We have no referral or commission charges. This makes us cost effective and 30% cheaper
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Benefits of Amniocentesis Scan


Early Detection:

Amniocentesis Test can detect certain conditions relatively early in the pregnancy, which can aid in better preparation and management of the pregnancy and delivery.


Amniocentesis Test provides a more definitive diagnosis compared to other screening tests. Results are highly accurate in detecting specific genetic conditions.

Cost Effective

Amniocentesis Test can help you from spending money on various other tests like Dual Marker, Quadruple Marker, NIPT Blood Test. This one test will give in depth analysis of the foetus.

Amniocentesis Test cost in Bangalore

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₹31,000 ₹19,000 All inclusive
  • - Ultrasound Guided
  • - Lab Tests
  • - Karyotype Test
  • - Digital and Physical Reports
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Karyotyping With FISH

₹36,000 ₹24,000 All inclusive
  • - Ultrasound Guided
  • - Lab Tests
  • - FISH Test (5 probe)
  • - Karyotype Test
  • - Digital and Physical Reports
Best Value

Karyotyping with Microarray Testing

₹45,000 ₹35,000 All inclusive
  • - Ultrasound Guided
  • - Lab Tests
  • - Karyotype Test
  • - Microarray Test(750K)
  • - Digital and Physical Reports
Who does the procedure?
Dr. Gayathri Priyadharshinee
Dr. Gayathri Priyadharshinee
MBBS • DNB • FRCR • 6+ years Dr. Gayathri Priyadharshinee is our in-house Specialist. She has been trained in renowned centers like KMCH (Coimbatore) and Royal College of Radiology (London). She has been performing Fetal scans and related tests since June 2018 and has done 4000+ in just the last 8 months. Having an her as an in-house specialist is one of the main reasons why we are able to provide the test at such competitive prices. Her expertise in the scan makes it highly cost effective.

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team-doctors Doctors Always Available Morning, Afternoon or Evening. We are there
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How is the Amniocentesis Test done?

Amniocentesis is a crucial prenatal diagnostic procedure that aids in assessing fetal health and detecting potential genetic abnormalities during pregnancy. This minimally invasive test involves extracting a small sample of amniotic fluid from the uterus, typically performed between weeks 15 and 20 of gestation. By analyzing this fluid, medical professionals can accurately identify chromosomal abnormalities, genetic disorders, and neural tube defects, providing expecting parents with valuable insights into their baby's health. Despite its significance in providing detailed information about the fetus, it's essential to note that amniocentesis carries some risks, such as a minimal chance of miscarriage or infection. Therefore, it's crucial for individuals considering this procedure to consult with their healthcare provider to make an informed decision tailored to their specific circumstances and medical history.

Know more about Amniocentesis Test

Amniocentesis is a prenatal test used to detect certain genetic, chromosomal, and fetal abnormalities during pregnancy. While it offers valuable information, it also carries some risks. Here are both the benefits and potential drawbacks of amniocentesis: Benefits: Genetic Testing: It helps in identifying genetic conditions, chromosomal abnormalities (such as Down syndrome, Edwards syndrome, or Patau syndrome), and neural tube defects (such as spina bifida). Accurate Diagnosis: It provides a more definitive diagnosis compared to other screening tests. Results are highly accurate in detecting specific genetic conditions. Early Detection: It can detect certain conditions relatively early in the pregnancy, which can aid in better preparation and management of the pregnancy and delivery. Informed Decision-Making: Amniocentesis results allow parents to make informed decisions regarding the pregnancy, including considering options like early intervention, treatment plans, or even termination if serious abnormalities are detected. Emotional Preparation: For families expecting a child with special needs, amniocentesis can offer time for emotional preparation, research, and connecting with support networks. Risks and Drawbacks: Miscarriage Risk: There is a small risk of miscarriage associated with amniocentesis, estimated to be around 0.3% to 0.6%. Though rare, this risk is a significant consideration. Infection: There is a slight risk of infection, though this is uncommon with sterile procedures. Leakage of Amniotic Fluid: Occasionally, amniocentesis can cause a small leakage of amniotic fluid, which typically replenishes itself. In rare cases, it might lead to premature labor. Discomfort: The procedure may cause some discomfort or pain, as it involves inserting a thin needle through the abdomen into the uterus to collect amniotic fluid. False Positives/Negatives: While highly accurate, there is still a slight chance of false-positive or false-negative results.

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