A nuchal scan will: The nuchal scan can only be performed from 11 weeks and 2 days of pregnancy to 14 weeks and 1 day – with the most accurate time being around 12 weeks.
The blood sample can be given any time after 10 weeks of pregnancy.
The vast majority of babies are born normal, however all women have a small risk of delivering a baby with a physical disability, and this possibility increases as you get older.
Introduction Myths about Testosterone Myth #1: Taking testosterone ("T") for transition will make trans men uncontrollably angry and volatile, or cause "'roid rage." Myth #2: Taking testosterone will give you cancer.
Myth #3: Taking testosterone will make you grow taller.
Myth #4: Taking testosterone will make your breasts shrink away completely.
Myth #5: If you stop taking testosterone after chest surgery, your breasts will grow back. Myth #7: If someone takes huge doses of testosterone, he will transition faster than at an "average" dose. Myth #9: Trans men are just lesbians who couldn't cope with their homosexual feelings.
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