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Welcome to FL Prenatal Paternity Testing!


Determine the paternity of your child through an accredited, noninvasive DNA test while pregnant

Non Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test

Get answers and peace of mind before birth.

A Non Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test, otherwise known as NIPP testing, is a way to determine the father of a child prior to birth.

It is performed by extracting a blood sample from the mother and a saliva sample from the potential father. From there, our laboratory analyzes the samples to confirm or deny a biological match between the baby's DNA existent in the mother's blood, and the father's saliva.

This type of test is safe to perform and can be done at as early as seven weeks pregnant.

Results are ready in as little as one week.

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Where to get a Prenatal Paternity DNA test while still pregnant in Florida

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Beach Fench

West Palm Beach




Frequently Asked Questions

Is non-invasive prenatal paternity testing safe?

Yes, non invasive prenatal paternity testing is completely safe for both the mother and the pregnancy.

Can a prenatal paternity test be performed if the possible fathers are related?

No, a prenatal paternity test cannot be performed reliably if possible fathers are closely-related (brothers, or father/son, etc.)

Is the prenatal test AABB accredited?

Yes, our prenatal paternity test is performed by a laboratory accredited by the AABB.

What does AABB accredited mean?

AABB stands for the American Association of Blood Banks and is responsible for accreditation, and implementation of quality systems in the DNA testing industry. Tests approved by the AABB are accepted by courts, and can be used for various legal purposes.

Is gender identification included in the test?

No, a non invasive prenatal test is conducted to establish paternity and cannot be used to determine gender at this time.

How early can a prenatal paternity test be performed?

A prenatal paternity test can be performed at as early as 7 weeks pregnant.

Can a prenatal paternity test be performed if the mother is pregnant with twins?

No, a prenatal paternity test cannot be performed if the mother is pregnant with twins or multiples.

Can I perform a prenatal paternity test for peace of mind?

Yes. However, in order for results to be legally-admissible and for names to be on the test report, the possible father’s DNA collection does have to be witnessed by an approved, independent third party.

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