Start with your physician

Ask your pregnancy care provider for the Harmony test, the most proven cfDNA-based prenatal test.*

Find out what questions you can ask your doctor about the Harmony test 

*Demonstrated by 48 peer-reviewed published studies using the Harmony prenatal test as of January 2018.

Three easy steps to clear answers

A simple blood test and a little patience. That’s all it takes.

What to Expect?

Once the analysis is complete, your physician will share your results with you. It is important to remember that the Harmony test, like any screening test, does not provide a diagnosis. Most women receive a “low probability” result, meaning that the test did not find evidence of specific chromosome conditions. Some women receive a “high probability” result, meaning that a larger or smaller amount of DNA than expected from a specific chromosome was found. A “high probability” result does not necessarily mean that the fetus has a chromosome condition. A small proportion of women receive a report stating that a probability assessment could not be provided. These women may elect a second blood draw. All results should be discussed with a healthcare provider.