The case of “who is my baby’s father?”
You may have heard of inconclusive paternity tests in Montreal which may have led you to doubt the results of one. A paternity test in Montreal is highly accurate and uses blood or other tissue samples of the alleged father, the mother and the child. Yes, these are very accurate by a range of 90 to 99 percent. There is still a range for error but is still considered very accurate and reliable in all cases.
Paternity tests can be done anytime and even while a child is still inside the mother’s womb. Called prenatal paternity test, this kind of test is done if the relationship between the unborn child and the father has to be determined at once.
And while paternity tests can prove if a man is indeed the father of a child, it can also exclude a man who is not the biological father. Take the case of a woman who became pregnant after she was allegedly drugged and raped. She could hardly remember what happened that night but could recall that she was with a group of male friends. They had a lot to drink and one thing led to another. She woke up in bed with a few male friends who were also unable to remember anything.
She thought that she had nothing to worry about this incident but then after a month she found out that she was pregnant. Worried and very fearful, she confronted her so-called friends who were already avoiding her upon learning that she was pregnant.
She decided to take matters into her own hands and asked the men if they could undergo a prenatal paternal test with her. This test will help conclude who is the father and who should be responsible for her condition.
To make a long story short, it does not have to take nine months for a mother to know the real father of her child. By that time, anything could happen and it could be more difficult to finally find the truth about her child’s identity.
It’s tough to find out that no one wants to claim responsibility for your condition and your unborn child but with a prenatal paternity test, you could determine right away. It is conclusive, efficient and accurate and most of all non-invasive for the mother and child.
So in this case of “who is my baby’s father,” the case is closed.