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Originally Posted by mmace
Remember, the AFP, quad screen, whatever only shows *probability* of a problem. They don't say there *is* a problem, and there is no such thing as a "false positive". If you have a 2% chance of getting hit by a car today and you don't, you don't say that it was a "false positive", know what I mean? The test you took is saying that the probability of Spina Bifida is higher than in a "normal" pregnancy, but it is not saying that your child has it.
|This is a much better explanation of what I was trying to say. Thanks!|
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