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Frequently Asked Questions
Who should get preconception testing?
When should I get preconception testing?
Isn’t it early to start planning for a pregnancy 12 months before I want to become pregnant?
Why do I need preconception testing? Won’t my provider test for everything at my first prenatal visit?
My provider said preconception testing isn’t important? What should I do?
I don’t have any medical problems; do I need preconception testing?
Will I need to have these tests again once I’m pregnant?
When should I repeat my preconception tests?
My last pregnancy was healthy; do I still need preconception testing before I become pregnant again?
Are preconception tests the same as fertility tests?
Why can’t I order a PreConception test package if I live in New York, New Jersey, or Rhode Island?
I’m planning to use an egg donor, gestational carrier, and/or sperm donor — is preconception testing still recommended?
Why is genetic carrier screening recommended before pregnancy?
Do I need to have genetic carrier screening again if I’ve had this test previously?
Why is genetic carrier screening not included in PreConception’s test package?
No one in my family has a history of genetic problems, do I still need genetic carrier screening?
What happens if my genetic test is positive?
Can I cancel my order?
Can I use the money in my health savings (HSA) or flexible spending accounts (FSA) to pay for a PreConception test package?