Special Testing Services

Performed by AJS Labs, LLC

Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test

Comprehensive DNA testing for pregnant women

Pregnancy is a delicate moment, so why allow the uncertainty of paternity overwhelms the joy?

Our prenatal paternity test (DNA test while pregnant) is a non-invasive test for determining a baby’s paternity before birth.
Taking this test poses no risk to the mother or the unborn child (unlike an invasive prenatal test in which embryonic fluid is taken directly from the womb using a needle). A blood sample from the mother and a mouth swab from the alleged father are all that is required. The process analyzes the baby’s DNA, which is discovered in the mother’s bloodstream.

The non-invasive prenatal DNA paternity test provides 99.9% accuracy, more than any other type of prenatal paternity test.

Reasons why a Paternity Test while pregnant might be the right choice:

  1. Not knowing who the father of your child is can be stressful, and waiting till after the baby’s born to get a DNA test means months of worry.
  2. If you know who the biological father is before the baby’s born, you can have some or all of your legal ducks in a row ahead of time, if necessary—for child support, custody, and more.
  3. You can be confident that the right person is with you in or waiting outside of the delivery room when the big moment arrives.

For more information on our services, give us a call at (469) 661-9020 or request an appointment today! We gladly welcome walk-ins and same-day services.

DNA Tests for a Wide Range of Legal Matters

Various legal processes rely on accurate DNA testing. Identifying the biological father of a baby can change the result of a trial.

We entirely comply with all legal requirements at Fastest Labs Plano. Our certified collectors and doctor undergo extensive training and adhere to strict sample collection and analysis standards. Learn more about how Fastest Labs Plano may assist you!


Early Baby Gender Reveal

Boy or Girl?

That is the question that every expecting parent has. We, at Fastest Labs Plano, may disclose the result as early as 7 weeks of pregnancy. We use the most rigorous scientific technique to identifying the gender of a newborn. With a tiny blood sample, we can predict whether you will be pink or blue in the future with 99.5 percent accuracy—the highest available! It’s simple, inexpensive, and accurate, which is why it’s the only early infant gender reveal test recommended by the American Pregnancy Association.

Baby gender testing is absolutely safe for both mother and baby because it is non-invasive. All that is required for testing is a small blood sample from the mother.

Early Gender Reveal test offers the very earliest gender detection of any DNA-based test and can be performed as soon as 7 weeks into the pregnancy with 99.5% accuracy. Accuracy at earlier times is unknown. There is an increased risk of an incorrect female result prior to 7 weeks’ gestation as the fetal DNA could be below the detection limit of the assay.

For more information on our services, give us a call at (469) 661-9020 or request an appointment today! We gladly welcome walk-ins and same-day services.


Cell-free fetal DNA are collected from the mother’s blood, then the most recent quantitative real-time PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) technology is used to amplify both Y-chromosome and autosomal-specific regions.
The existence of the Y chromosome, which only males have, is what we are looking for. If the Y chromosome is present, the newborn is a male; if it is missing, the baby is a girl!

Urine-based gender prediction tests vary because there are no sex hormones in urine, which is required for any valid and scientifically sound gender test.
The early gender reveal test is a DNA test, and while DNA does include sex hormones, the analysis searches for the presence of the Y chromosome in the mother’s blood DNA, which indicates whether the mother is having a boy or a girl. This is the most dependable, scientifically established, and precise method for detecting gender at an early age.

  • Non-Invasive Prenatal Paternity Test
  • Early Baby Gender Reveal