Has anyone opted for the Verifi (or comparable) genetic blood test(s) over the amniocentesis and other more invasive testing? If so, what was your experience with insurance coverage for the testing? My office manager is pregnant as well and was offered the Verifi test to screen for a variety of genetic disorders and was also able to determine the sex at 11 weeks (the test can be performed as early as 10 weeks.) She is more advanced in age (she is 40 years old and I am only 22 years old) so I don't know if that plays a role. I am definitely interested in having genetic testing done simply for peace of mind, but amniocentesis has been a huge in my mind from the very beginning. Does anyone have experience with the Verifi test with Regence Blueshield as an insurance provider? So far both mine and my office manager's prenatal visits and labs have been covered 100% as preventative care, but she's not sure if that will apply to her Verifi test and I was wondering if anyone on here knew. I'd ask Regence Blueshield myself, but I've tried calling AND online chat and their system is down!