Wednesday, 19 September 2012 at 22:44
The next day I got a phone call from our doctors to be told that the midwife at the hospital hadn’t been labeled properly so Keighley had to have them done again. Which although annoying and inconvenient was not a huge problem. I phoned around the and managed eventually get some more blood papers so we could get the tests done. Also we found out a lot more about the downs syndrome test at this point by reading things online. We originally thought that it required a long needle to be stuck into the womb but we discovered that, that was after they had done a scan and two blood tests to see what the percentage chance there was of it having downs.