From planning to pregnant to parent, genetics can help

When you’re planning for a family, you want everything to go right

Understanding what’s in your genes can help you make more informed choices for a healthy pregnancy and happy baby.

While most babies are born healthy, with every pregnancy there is a small chance of having a baby with a health condition.1 Invitae’s genetic tests cut through the uncertainty.

Thinking about having a baby?

Now’s a great time for genetic testing. It gives you more options for conception and can help you plan for a healthy pregnancy.

Already pregnant?

Genetic testing can give you much-needed answers. Be prepared by knowing about inherited risks to your baby’s health, before birth.


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2. Most suitable implies the expected number of chromosomes indicated by Invitae preimplantation genetic testing.
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