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    Default 1/600 Down Syndrome in blood test

    Hi! I am 28 years old pregnant with my second child.. Had blood test come back with a 1/600 risk of Down syndrome.. Just had the "harmony test" and waiting for these results takes a long 7-10 days.. Has anyone had this reading? How is your bub? I'm scared, upset & worried..

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    Default 1/600 Down Syndrome in blood test

    Hi,
    I had a 1:164 chance with my ds1. Or something similar.

    He is not DS. Harmony test did not exist when I had him.

    Someone told met I imagine a massive bucket. Put in 163 white balls and 1 red ball. Mix up. Now pull out a ball. What colour is it? Chances are everything will be fine.

    Good luck. It must be a tough wait for you.
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    Please try not to work yourself up. I would consider your result to be pretty favourable - it's way less than 1% chance.

    My result was 1:110 when I was pregnant with my DS. I had a CVS and he did not have down syndrome.

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    My chances were higher.. 1:250

    No Down syndrome. Harmony test wasn't available back then.

    I like what moon gazer said, chances are your bub won't have DS

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    Like others have said you have a 0.0017 % chance of bub having it so that's excellent. We were 1:45 and had the harmony test. 10 days later we got the all clear

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    Thanks ladies! I'll keep you posted after I get my results! Fingers crossed

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    My first son had a risk of approx 1:330. We were shocked and worried but were told by the hospital they didn't recommend testing for risks 1:200 or greater.

    DS2 risk was fine, in the thousands.

    This baby has a risk of 1:50 and we a are having an amnio in about 10 days.

    If I had a risk 1:200-1:300 I would do harmony testing. Over 1:300 I wouldn't test.

    Even with the risk of 1:50 I've gotten to the point where I've realised odds are pretty good that things are fine.

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    A woman in my last group had a 1:3 risk of downs. Her baby is fine

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    My first I had no risk whatsoever, was in the thousands. Three years later with my second and it was 1:250. No harmony test and I did an amnio and all was fine.

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    Hi ladies, received my results back from my harmony test and they are fine!! Come back very low risk!!!!!! So happy 😊🙏🙏🙏🙏

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