Although society often thinks differently it is important for a man to know whether he is the father of a child or not. But when is the right time to find out the truth? Thanks to advances in technology, there are 3 types of DNA testing for paternity. All of these tests can be purchased through the website of authorized laboratories. The first type of test does not require legal authorization, since its results cannot be used in a lawsuit. When you just want to use the results to find out the truth and don’t want to leave home to take the samples, the home paternity test is a great alternative. It is a kit that the lab sends to your home with everything you need to take the samples. You then send the samples to the lab and wait for the results.
Can a test be done during pregnancy?
In the past, it was necessary to wait for babies to be born before a DNA sample could be obtained from their blood. Today, however, laboratories can extract DNA from the baby through a sample of the mother’s blood. This is the second type of DNA test that can be performed. It is important to note that this can only be done after the 7th week of pregnancy, so the couple will have to wait until then. An advantage of this test is that the baby in the womb is not harmed in any way. In this case, the laboratory needs to draw the mother’s blood sample and a saliva sample from the prospective father. It is likely that the laboratory will offer a kit so that the couple can take the samples and send them back to the laboratory.
Legally valid paternity test
The last type of paternity test that can be performed is actually a variation of the first two. Laboratories offer tests for personal use that are cheaper and easier to perform, and tests for legal use that require the couple to travel to a point indicated by the laboratory where a person authorized by the laboratory will take the samples. In order for the results of a paternity test to be used in a trial, a third party must certify that the samples were obtained from the persons taking part in the trial. It is also important to note that this type of DNA testing for paternity …Read More