What is Anora?

Anora helps determine why a miscarriage occurred. Testing is performed on the tissue from the pregnancy loss.

 

Why perform miscarriage testing?

The results obtained from testing can reduce a patient's emotional burden and information from the results can improve the chances of a future successful pregnancy. If the cause of the loss is determined to be due to a chromosome abnormality in the fetus, parents can usually be reassured that the chance of recurrence is low, and avoid a costly medical work-up.

What conditions can Anora detect?

  • Trisomy—extra or missing chromosomes (e.g., Down syndrome, Patau syndrome, Edward syndrome)
  • Triploidy—a complete extra set of chromosomes
  • Deletions and duplications—extra or missing pieces of a chromosome
  • Uniparental disomy (UPD)—two copies of a chromosome from the same parent with no copies from the other parent

What conditions can Anora detect?

  • Trisomy—extra or missing chromosomes (e.g., Down syndrome, Patau syndrome, Edward syndrome)
  • Triploidy—a complete extra set of chromosomes
  • Deletions and duplications—extra or missing pieces of a chromosome
  • Uniparental disomy (UPD)—two copies of a chromosome from the same parent with no copies from the other parent

What conditions can Anora detect?

  • Trisomy—extra or missing chromosomes (e.g., Down syndrome, Patau syndrome, Edward syndrome)
  • Triploidy—a complete extra set of chromosomes
  • Deletions and duplications—extra or missing pieces of a chromosome
  • Uniparental disomy (UPD)—two copies of a chromosome from the same parent with no copies from the other parent

What conditions can Anora detect?

  • Trisomy—extra or missing chromosomes (e.g., Down syndrome, Patau syndrome, Edward syndrome)
  • Triploidy—a complete extra set of chromosomes
  • Deletions and duplications—extra or missing pieces of a chromosome
  • Uniparental disomy (UPD)—two copies of a chromosome from the same parent with no copies from the other parent

Why choose Anora?

  • Anora can identify the reason for a miscarriage and rule out chromosome problems as the cause.
  • Anora is the most comprehensive miscarriage test for chromosome abnormalities and returns a result >99% of the time.
  • Anora was the first test on the market to differentiate between maternal and fetal DNA, enabling maternal cell contamination (MCC) to be ruled out.
  • Anora can determine whether a chromosomal abnormality originated in the egg or sperm.
  • Anora's results are returned quickly—in about one week.
  • Anora can be used on losses that have recently occurred and on losses that took place several years ago.
  • Anora offers complimentary pre- and post-test information sessions with board-certified genetic counselors.

 

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The Anora process

Is Anora right for me?

Testing can be helpful if you:

  • want to better understand why you had a miscarriage
  • have had more than one miscarriage
  • have had a child or previous pregnancy with a chromosome abnormality
  • want to understand recurrence risks

 

Want to speak to one of our board-certified genetic counselors?

Schedule a Session

Is Anora right for me?

Testing can be helpful if you:

  • want to better understand why you had a miscarriage
  • have had more than one miscarriage
  • have had a child or previous pregnancy with a chromosome abnormality
  • want to understand recurrence risks

 

Want to speak to one of our board-certified genetic counselors?

Schedule a Session

Is Anora right for me?

Testing can be helpful if you:

  • want to better understand why you had a miscarriage
  • have had more than one miscarriage
  • have had a child or previous pregnancy with a chromosome abnormality
  • want to understand recurrence risks

 

Want to speak to one of our board-certified genetic counselors?

Schedule a Session

Is Anora right for me?

Testing can be helpful if you:

  • want to better understand why you had a miscarriage
  • have had more than one miscarriage
  • have had a child or previous pregnancy with a chromosome abnormality
  • want to understand recurrence risks

 

Want to speak to one of our board-certified genetic counselors?

Schedule a Session

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