As prenatal testing for Down syndrome becomes more and more common, many women will face an array of information about their unborn children. B
The testing also confronts expectant moms with difficult choices, of course, and leads to a related question posed frequently these days as a result:
How do counselors help women make these decisions?
Devan Weathers, 20 weeks pregnant, tells the Huffington Post that she was pulling into her office parking lot from a lunch break when she got the phone call.
Her second pregnancy had resulted in two abnormal ultrasounds, and her doctor had said she would be a good candidate for a new test called "Harmony."