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    I was told where I did my scan that any time after 9 weeks is good for the blood test, I guess the "two weeks before the scan" time frame is so that the results are back to the technician before the scan is done. Our results weren't back by the time we did our scan but I guess I will wait until I see the DR again to hear the results of the blood tests. The scan looked normal.

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