The non-invasive prenatal paternity test has made it possible to determine the paternity of an unborn child by analyzing a sample of maternal blood. The test is 99.9% accurate starting at just 10 weeks of pregnancy..
Invasive prenatal testing includes amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling. These diagnostic tests are very important if you need to determine whether the child you are carrying has any chromosomal abnormalities.
There are a host of methods which can be used to establish whether you will have a baby boy or baby girl. But did you know you could scientifically find out using just a finger prick? Results for this simple blood test are 95% accurate.