The DNA sequencing test spells out almost all of the baby’s genetic information. This is sometimes called genome sequencing. But the lab will only read the baby’s genetic information for the health conditions in the screening groups you choose. That means a computer sifts through the baby’s genetic information so the lab and the Early Check team will only know results for the health conditions screened for.
Parents will only find out the results for the health conditions in the screening groups they choose. Parents will not get results for their baby’s entire genetic sequence.