Prenatal tests are medical tests that you get during pregnancy. The MaterniT® 21 PLUS laboratory-developed test can tell you if you are having a boy or girl and screen for both common and rare chromosomal abnormalities. This prenatal test is usually given in the first trimester and is not invasive. The test screens for trisomy 21 (Down Syndrome), trisomy 18 (Edwards Syndrome), trisomy 13 (Patau Syndrome) and many other conditions that can affect your baby’s health. Ask for a MaterniT 21 test from your doctor today!
What is the cost of the Maternit21 test?
Most of these tests are covered by insurance but here is a cost calculator to check what your out of cost will be after insurance.
Where can I get the Maternit21 test?
Your doctor’s office should be able to provide them and you can also search the Sequenom.com test provider locator link to find a clinic!
MaterniT21 (developed by Sequenom) invites you to share your story! While awaiting your newest arrival, here are some ideas for telling us about your MaterniT baby:
- Let us know when you get your results back, and if you’ll be painting the nursery pink or blue!
- She the ultrasound photo of your baby-on-the-way with #MaterniT21Plus
- Tag @maternit21plus in your gender reveal photos! We’d love to learn some new creative ideas!
- Tag @maternit21plus and @suppletmomboxes with a photo of your baby wearing the MaterniT onesie!
- Questions? Call the Sequenom Customer Support deaprtment: 877-821-7266
Questions? Call Sequenom’s Customer Support department: 877-821-7266
All of our Supplet customers will receive an adorable Maternit21 baby onesie in their Supplet winter boxes!
About Sequenom Laboratories, the owners of the Maternit21 test:
Sequenom Laboratories has a rich history of innovation. We were the first to offer noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) to analyze cell-free fetal DNA circulating in maternal blood. With the trust and confidence placed in our laboratory-developed tests, NIPT has become a standard for prenatal noninvasive genetic testing without the risk of miscarriage associated with invasive prenatal testing procedures.