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“Hello, [client]. I am so happy to see you today. As we are preparing for your procedure today, I want to go over what is going to happen. First, we will need a urine sample from you. Next, the doctor will do an ultrasound scan and measure the fluid in your uterus. This measures whether or not it would be safe for us to proceed with the amniocentesis.” “The doctor will clean your belly with a sterile solution and take a sample of amniotic fluid. The procedure takes about five minutes.” “Amniocentesis is done at 15 weeks, 18 weeks, or later in pregnancy when the risk that an abnormality might be found during the routine screening test for fetal abnormalities increases significantly.” – “We are not doing any genetic testing today; we just want to see what type of cells live in the amniotic fluid so that we can evaluate if there is anything unusual going on inside you,” says Dr. Smith as he enters his office. – “Okay sure,” she replies nervously while looking down at her feet following him into the room where they perform tests such


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