It's important to remember that discussing prenatal tests can be simple or incredibly complicated, depending on the degree of detail that is needed and the point under discussion.

This FAQ is NOT intended to be a full explanation of all the intricacies of taking and interpreting various prenatal tests, but rather a discussion of them as they pertain to large women.

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But she has found through extensive interviewing of parents involved in such testing that most of them were simply unprepared to confront the scope of the types of decisions presented by prenatal testing, and that choosing such testing often changed the way a woman experienced pregnancy in subtle ways.

Readers may feel that there is a strong anti-testing bias in this FAQ.

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They don't consider that intimately wrapped up in the question of prenatal testing is the moral dilemma of abortion and the thorny issue of eugenics.

Barbara Katz Rothman points out: The history of prenatal diagnosis has roots in the eugenics movement..of its history has been an attempt to control the gates of life: to decide who is, and who is not, fit to make a contribution to the gene pool.

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Large pregnant women face even more confusion, since prenatal testing can be slightly harder in this population, and the results can be more confusing.