Breast Milk Donor Blood Test Panel
The breast milk donor test panel checks blood markers used to screen potential breast milk donors.
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Breast Milk Donor Blood Test Panel - More Information
The breast milk donor blood test panel, also known as a breast milk donor screening panel and breast milk donor lab test, checks blood tests required for potential breast milk donors. This breast milk donor blood panel includes the hepatitis B surface antigen test, hepatitis C test, HIV test, HTLV test, and RPR blood test.
Breast milk donation is a helpful service that provides milk from a healthy mother who expresses milk to another mother's baby. Breast milk donation is typically done when the baby's mother cannot produce milk on her own. Prior to providing breast milk to the baby, a potential breast milk donor needs to be screened for infections that can pass through the breast milk to a nursing baby.
To get a breast milk donor screening test panel near you, simply order online and get tested at your selected Quest Diagnostics lab. Once your breast milk donor lab results are available, they will be available for electronic download. As can be seen on the sample breast milk donor panel lab results above, the reported lab results can be compared against the reference ranges provided by the lab.
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