Home DNA Testing

If there is any doubt as to who your baby's father is, the subject can be a very delicate and private matter.  However, if you want to eliminate the doubt, and rest comfortably, the paternity can be determined very easily and discretely by a home DNA testing kit.  Two commons methods of DNA paternity testing after your baby is born to have a blood DNA test or buccal test done; home DNA testing can be performed with the alleged father and your child.

The blood DNA test is the most common method in completing paternity testing.  To complete this form of DNA paternity testing, blood needs to be drawn from both the alleged father and the child.  If you elect to use home DNA testing, the collection involves obtaining a clean sample.  The kits that are provided by the lab include all of the equipment you need to obtain a clean sample so that you will receive accurate DNA paternity test results.  The kits include a lancet to prick the finger of both the father and baby, and blood is then collected on a card.  These samples are then submitted to the lab for further analysis.  However, if you elect to actually have blood drawn, then it will require phlebotomist.  Anytime that a procedure involved puncturing a patient's skin poses more of a risk than a non-evasive procedure such as a cheek swab DNA test. 

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Buccal or cheek swab DNA testing involves swabbing the inside of both the father's and child's cheeks.  This test is as accurate blood testing.  Since this test is very simple and is completely painless, it is becoming more commonly used and for that reason. These cells contain the same DNA found in whole blood.  All that is needed is a large Q-tip like swab that the home DNA test kit that identigene provides.  It is also a lot easier to manage the transport of this test once the cells are collected since the swabs are placed into an envelope and mailed to Identigene.  Whereas, if a sample of blood is collected, then it must be transported from a collection site to the lab for DNA paternity testing.  Shipping companies have strict guidelines and regulations covering the transport of blood.  Once the sample is received at the lab, then the sample go through channels before it actually arrives in the lab for testing.  Thus, there is a greater risk of loss or damage.

When epithelial cells are collected properly, the cheek swab DNA test results is just as accurate as blood DNA.  Regardless of which test is used, the results will be determined within a week.  It is comforting to know that any doubt and suspicion can be resolved in less than a week.  However, while the results may fix the issue of paternity, it may lead to further issues within the relationship that will need to be dealt with once the paternity issue has been determined.

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