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carriermap

Determine your risk of passing on over 300 genetic diseases to your future child.

80% of children born with a genetic condition have no family history of that disease. CarrierMap is an expanded carrier screen that can help you plan for a healthy family.

CarrierMap is recommended for people who are planning a family or early in pregnancy.

chromomap

Gain insight into the health of your pregnancy with one simple blood test.

Chromosome abnormalities such as Down syndrome impact over 1 in 107 pregnancies. ChromoMap is a non-invasive prenatal screen to assess risk for these conditions.

ChromoMap is available for women who are at least 10 weeks pregnant.

fertilitymap

Contribute to a first-of-its-kind study on the links between genomics and infertility.

1 in 6 couples are impacted by infertility. Through large-scale research, FertilityMap seeks to optimize fertility treatment, helping more families achieve successful pregnancies.

Participation in FertilityMap is currently only open to patients of partner clinics.

genetic counseling

Navigate the complicated world of genomics with help from Recombine’s expert genetic counselors.

Recombine is focused on comprehensive patient care and offers detailed genetic counseling pre- and post-test to help give the most complete picture of your family’s risk.

Recombine genetic counseling is available alongside CarrierMap and ChromoMap at no additional charge.

Connect with Recombine

Phone: 855-OUR-GENES (855-687-4363)

Location: 1140 Broadway, Suite 1100, New York 10001

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CarrierMap is a comprehensive genetic carrier screen designed to help determine your risk of having a child with a genetic disease.

Is CarrierMap right for me?

I'm thinking of having a child ›

I'm considering freezing my eggs ›

I'm currently pregnant ›

I'm interested in my carrier status ›

CarrierMap is appropriate for individuals and couples who are planning a pregnancy.

Professional medical societies recommend that all women planning a family be offered genetic carrier screening such as CarrierMap. Carrier screening before pregnancy can provide you with additional reproductive options so you can plan for a healthy family.

CarrierMap is appropriate for anyone planning a family now or in the future.

Pursuing carrier screening prior to egg freezing grants you an even fuller picture of your reproductive options, allowing you to better plan for the future.

CarrierMap is appropriate for women early in pregnancy and their reproductive partner.

Professional medical societies recommend that all women early in pregnancy be offered genetic carrier screening, like CarrierMap. CarrierMap can provide you with important information about potential genetic risks to your baby’s health.

For women at least 10 weeks into pregnancy, Recombine also offers ChromoMap, a chromosomal screen that can provide additional insight into the health of your pregnancy.

Knowledge of carrier status can guide your family-planning decisions and empower you to prepare accordingly for your family.

CarrierMap is appropriate for all men and women of reproductive age who are planning to have children now or in the future.

How Does CarrierMap Work?

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CarrierMap looks for mutations, or changes, in both you and your partner’s genes that together can increase your risk to have a child with genetic disease.

Genes provide instructions for the body to grow, function, and repair itself. Sometimes mutations in these genes, if inherited by your children, can cause genetic disease and can significantly impact their health and well-being.

Learning about your genes can help you make decisions about your family’s health. For each condition on CarrierMap, you will be identified as either a carrier, indicating an increased risk, or a non-carrier, indicating a significantly decreased risk. Carriers usually do not have any symptoms and may not have any family history of the condition they carry, making screening important for everyone.

If your CarrierMap results indicate that you are at increased risk of passing on a high-impact genetic disease, you have a number of reproductive options available to you. These options can include PGD or preimplantation genetic diagnosis, which involves in-vitro fertilization (IVF) along with genetic embryo screening; using a sperm or egg donor who does not carry that genetic disease; continuing with family planning and pregnancy; testing the pregnancy via chorionic villus sampling (CVS) or amniocentesis; and adopting a child. Recombine genetic counselors genetic counselors are available to help guide you through the entire process.

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Four Easy Steps

  • Submit the Form
  • Talk to Your Doctor
  • Take the Test
  • Genetic Counseling

Submit the form below, and you’ll receive an email from Recombine with more information about CarrierMap.

Recombine accepts most insurance plans as an out-of-network laboratory. If you have questions about anticipated costs, please contact our billing team at 855-687-4363 ext. 3.

Share our email with your fertility doctor, OB/GYN, MFM, or general practitioner. If your doctor agrees that CarrierMap is right for you, he or she can send us an order form to start the testing process.

Recombine will mail a saliva collection kit and a pre-paid FedEx pack to your home for you to send us your DNA.

1–2 weeks after your sample is received, you will be contacted to schedule a phone call with one of Recombine’s board-certified genetic counselors. Your genetic counselor will discuss your results with you in the context of your personal and family medical history. Your results report and genetic counseling summary letter will be sent to you and your doctor.

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