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What is pre-pregnancy wellness?
Who should get preconception testing?
When should I get preconception testing?
Isn’t it early to start planning for a pregnancy 12 months before I want to become pregnant?
Why do I need preconception testing? Won’t my provider test for everything at my first prenatal visit?
My provider said preconception testing isn’t important? What should I do?
I don’t have any medical problems; do I need preconception testing?
Can I take your preconception tests while on hormonal birth control?
Will I need to have these tests again once I’m pregnant?
When should I repeat my preconception tests?
Are your testing panels only relevant for first time pregnancies?
Are preconception tests the same as fertility tests?
I’m planning to use an egg donor, gestational carrier, and/or sperm donor — is preconception testing still recommended?
Can I take your pre-pregnancy test if I’m already trying to conceive or undergoing in vitro fertilization / intrauterine insemination procedures?
Can I cancel my order?
Why can’t I order a test panel if I live in New York, New Jersey, or Rhode Island?
Can I use the money in my health savings (HSA) or flexible spending accounts (FSA) to pay for a test panel?