Quote Originally Posted by Kimberleygal1 View Post
I would check. The blood results should have been sent to the place you had your scan or if not they should have called through for them. They then should have combined your results of bloods and scan and given you a risk rating straight away. I live remote too, it shouldn't make a difference. I've never had a problem.
I'm guessing it's different in Victoria?

The maternal screening is done through Victorian Clinical Genetics Screening & their form states you have to contact your referring doctor for results.


If I'd had the scan done in Melbourne they may well have been able to calculate it on the spot, but it certainly wasn't the case for me last time either.