She might also be able to put on her clothes, wash her hands, or brush her teeth with help.
All pregnant women in England are offered a screening test for Down's syndrome, Edwards' syndrome and Patau's syndrome between 10 and 14 weeks of pregnancy.
The scan can be carried out at the same time as the pregnancy dating scan.
If you choose to have the test, you will have a blood sample taken.
Some people want to find out the chance of their baby having these conditions while others don't.
You can choose to have screening for: If you choose not to have the screening test for Down's, Edwards' or Patau's syndromes, you can still choose to have other tests, such as a dating scan.
If it wasn't possible to obtain a nuchal translucency measurement, or you're more than 14 weeks into your pregnancy, you'll be offered a test called the quadruple blood screening test between 14 and 20 weeks of pregnancy.
This only screens for Down's syndrome and is not quite as accurate as the combined test.
It's called the combined test because it combines an ultrasound scan with a blood test.Some babies may survive to adulthood, but this is rare.All babies born with Edwards' or Patau's syndromes will have a wide range of problems, which are usually very serious. Read more about Edwards' syndrome and Patau's syndrome.Down's syndrome causes some level of learning disability. Some health problems are more common in people with Down's syndrome, such as heart conditions, and problems with the digestive system, hearing and vision.Sometimes these can be serious, but many can be treated. Sadly, most babies with Edwards' or Patau's syndromes will die before or shortly after birth.Any one here in the same position or got twins of thier own?Any advice or words of wisdom would be appreciated xxx Congrats!I'm 23, 12 4 weeks pregnant and I've just found out I'm having fraternal twins!I am totally shocked and I can't think about anything else.The screening test will not tell you whether your baby does or doesn't have Down's, Edwards' or Patau's syndromes – it will tell you if you have a higher or lower chance (also called higher or lower risk) of having a baby with one of these conditions.If you have screening for all of them, you will receive two results: one for your chance of having a baby with Down's syndrome, and one for your combined chance of having a baby with Edwards' or Patau's syndromes.