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Paternity testing CAN be done on an unborn child in the third trimester, but it is an invasive procedure that requires the mother's consent and is certainly not available in Ireland.Even in America, it would very rarely be practiced.The court is powerless to force the issue and the mother keeps trying still to force the child on me. If they continue not to do so, take the issue up with the Senior Registrar's office, or the office of the minister for Health, under whose department the births Marriages and Deaths Register falls.This woman cannot force the child on you if you have a DNA test that shows the child is not related to you.

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You would want to check with your maternity hospital as it is possible that not all hospitals will carry out this procedure at the time of birth in a busy maternity hospital particularly I would imagine if you are a public patient.

I have no information to say whether it was or was not obvious from the physical characteristics of the infant that died, that it did or did not have Down's Syndrome.

Also, if a mother has been severely disabled through a childhood accident, does this make it more likely she can give birth to an infant with Down's Syndrome?

If you absolutely did not, is there any possibility that you could have come in contact with sperm some way other than full intercourse?

If not, check with the clinic what test was done - was it an antigen test or a DNA test?