Just like you my triple test came back with high risk 1:187 for DS and 1:28 for Edwards Syndrome. it was my bloods that increased the risk as the U/S was really good. i'm due for amnio in 2 weeks so i can't give you an outcome as to me, but i have come across a lot of success stories from women who had high risk but after amnio got all clear...... try to stay positive i know its easier said than done and i know the waiting is the hardest but if you need someone to talk to i'll be here for you.
i've read that as well about twins esspecialy the PAPP-A results , mine is IVF pregnancy and that also can throw off bloods but i dont think they take either situation in consideration when doing the blood test calculations. have your doctor given you an option to having a second trimester bloods in order to get a combined risk before you have the amnio.....we didn't get that option but i know its possible to have it done. We will stick for the amnio due to the Edwards and what i have learned about it. i hope all goes well for you
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