Northern Virginia Pre-Natal Testing

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PreNatal Paternity Testing


The expecting mother must be at least 4 to 5 weeks pregnant.

  • Required: A blood sample from the expecting mother and a cheek swab sample from the alleged father(s).
  • 4 to 9 weeks pregnant will cost more than someone over 9 weeks pregnant.
  • A 1 week result will cost more than the standard, up to 3 week result.

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How It works

People needing to determine paternity during the pregnancy not wanting to undergo invasive tests, which carry a risk of miscarriage is our focus. In some cases, not knowing paternity can create an added stressor to the pregnant mother, which can impact the health of the pregnancy.

Our core technology is based on its ability to increase the percentage of fetal DNA that is found in the mother’s blood. Through its research with free-floating fetal DNA, the company has developed and patented a variety of noninvasive prenatal tests that simply require a routine blood draw from the mother.

To complete our Prenatal DNA Paternity test, we require a safe blood draw from the mother’s arm and a buccal swab collection from the potential father to match the baby’s DNA with a potential father’s DNA. We can conduct the paternity test with over 99% accuracy.

For the sample collections, you do not need to come to our lab directly. We work with sites all over the country and can schedule appointments accordingly. 

Commonly Asked Questions

We have sites all over the United States for sample collections. Please call us at (757) 469-3921 to make convenient arrangements.

We can schedule separate appointments. It is recommended that all parties collect their samples on the same day, as the time frame for results are based off having all samples in the lab for testing.

We can test other samples besides the standard buccal swab collection, but there is an additional fee included. Please feel free to call us at (757) 469-3921 to discuss viable sample options.

DNA prenatal paternity testing can either exclude or confirm a father. Our test is over 99% accurate.

We have been recognized and approved by the College of American Pathologists (CAP) and has received a certificate of accreditation under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA).

Yes, we do! Please call us at (757) 469-3921 to discuss our options.