Double marker test is given to 35 years above women and those who have type 1 diabetes
and a family history of birth defects.
A double marker test is a blood test and ultrasound which is given to pregnant women. To
find out any chromosomal malformation in the fetus. This test is also conducted because it
plays a major role in finding neurological conditions in the fetus like Edward’s Syndrome
and another kind of down’s syndrome and etc. Chromosomal abnormalities can result in major
problems in post-baby born but it’s extremely rare.