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11weeks.

So I had my blood drawn, at 10 weeks for ds, and they called me, and I ask was is serious, and the lady said no and I was like ok, and she told me the ds came back positive and only 1 out of 800 children are born with it and next week I'll be 12 weeks 5days and they want to do a ultra sound. I looked up on line and it said the test done at 10 weeks your more likely to get a false positive, this will be my 3ed child and I just don't know what to think.
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I'm a little confused by your question. I ha e a dd with ds and I'd love to answer your qquestions.
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I looked up and it said that I can get a false positive at 10 weeks and that was when they did the test, and I have to go on for ultra sound, and im scared I don't know what to think
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That's when I also had my test done Im 44 in Feb .... My test also came back low for ds although I went to a specialist for ultra sound and everything about baby looked normal .... I'm 16 weeks today ... Although this time is scary just remember ... even tho we don't know what it is (our future) ... God has a plan for all of us ... I know in heart if he has chose me and thinks I'm special enough to have such a special baby (girl) .... I'm so greatful .... I pray everything goes well for you .... My best advise write down every question that comes to mind ... Take that paper with ya ask your doc each one ...
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Miss type my test came back positive for downs ...
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