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Can you test to see who the father is before the baby is born?

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2005-09-09 00:02:49
2005-09-09 00:02:49

Yes you can...but it cost money...i would just wait till after you have the baby it is much easier that way

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A paternity test after the baby is born

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There's a test where they go in with a needle and get DNA from the baby in the womb but it's highly risky and not something they do. Just wait until he's born.

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I do not believe that is possible...

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How far along in a pregnancy before a paternity test can be done

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Ask the possible fathers to take a DNA test once the baby is born.

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A paternity test is a relationship analysis test that compares 16 different locations from a sample of a father and child to find the probability of a biological match. This can be done on any age even before baby born you can do the test.

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It is possible to do this but there are big risks to the baby so the test should only be done where there is a specific medical need.

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right when bornn can happen even before its born

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Yes you can at about 3 to 4 months you can have an ammnio syntesis and it can tell you almost anything from paternity to if the baby has any diseases or down syndrome so yes you can get a paternity test done before the baby is born. There are risks with this procedure though so if it's just to check paternity they wait until the baby is born.

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You can have a simple swab test done on the baby and the potential father(s). They do it on the inside of the mouth so no blood test is needed. Speak to your doctor or tell them at the hospital before you go home (if the father is there). If he refuses you can get a court order for a test to be taken.

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Actually you can have aPrenatal Paternity Test at THE 10TH WEEK IN YOUR PREGNANCY :0

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No. You pay for a paternity test. At least someone pays for the test. If you want to have a man tested to see if he is the father of your baby, you pay for the court order and you pay for the test. Then, if it comes back positive, he pays child support if you can get it out of him.

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You can't confirm the father of an unborn child, but once the baby is born a paternity test can be done

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The father of your nany would be the guy you had sex with, but if that is not known then after the birth you can use a blood/DNA test to find the one guy that is responsible. Of course you will have to get that same test from all the possible daddies.

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No. There is only one reliable way to get a paternity test today before the child is born and that is through a amniocentesis. That means a needle will be pushed through the skin, tissue, uterus wall and into the sack where the baby is to test the fluid there. This is risky and can cause labor to start. When they allow to test paternity this way it is only if there are other reasons for such a procedure, like checking for illnesses. No judge will force a woman go through a risky procedure that can make her lose the baby.

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Not while you are pregnant, that I know of, but after the baby is born you can have the baby, the mom and the possible fathers tested. It's usually a very simple test and takes a week or two to get the results back.

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the first test tube baby was born in Manchestar in England it was born on 25th July 1978

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Dna from each suspected father and the baby.

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Pretty much as soon as the baby is born

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The baby has to be born before you can test paternity. The baby's blood needs to be taken. You cannot remove blood from a baby in the womb.

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After the baby is born you can take a DNA test on him/her and the potential father. No one takes the risk of putting a needle through your belly into the fetus just for DNA.


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