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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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For women at least 10 weeks pregnant, ChromoMap provides a safe, simple way to screen your pregnancy for chromosome abnormalities.

Is ChromoMap right for me?

I’m interested in learning more about the health of my pregnancy. ›

I’m over 35 years old. ›

Other prenatal testing indicated I am at high-risk. ›

I have a personal or family history of chromosome abnormalities. ›

Experts recommend that all women have screening during pregnancy to assess the risk for common chromosome abnormalities, since these conditions are typically not passed down or inherited.

Pregnant women have many different options for prenatal testing and screening, and ChromoMap provides both a safe and reliable way to find out more about the health of your pregnancy. Non-invasive prenatal screens like ChromoMap have been shown to perform better than traditional maternal serum screening, the standard prenatal screen offered to pregnant women. ChromoMap also avoids the risk of miscarriage associated with invasive diagnostic procedures.

Research has shown that as women age their risk increases of have a child with chromosome abnormalities.

ChromoMap provides a reliable way to assess whether your pregnancy might be at risk, while avoiding the risk of miscarriage associated with other prenatal testing.

If your pregnancy has been identified as high-risk, it might mean that you are more likely to have a child impacted by chromosomal abnormalities.

ChromoMap can provide you with more detailed information about your pregnancy’s specific risk for a number of different conditions, including Down syndrome.

If chromosome abnormalities run in your family, you might be at a higher risk to have an affected pregnancy.

ChromoMap provides a reliable way to assess the chromosomal health of your pregnancy, while avoiding the risk of miscarriage associated with other prenatal testing.

How ChromoMap Works

ChromoMap uses a small sample of your blood to gain important information a... Read More

Four Easy Steps

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

Submit the form below to request a ChromoMap kit. We’ll need some basic information from you, like your name and email address, and information on your obstetrician.

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.

Once you fill out your information and your doctor’s information, Recombine will call your doctor and send them ChromoMap kit for you. Call your doctor and schedule an appointment for your ChromoMap blood draw.

Your doctor will draw a small blood sample and send it to Recombine’s laboratory.

Three to five days 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. Your genetic counselor will help you coordinate any follow-up testing that might be indicated.

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