•Can I get a paternity test while I am pregnant?
Yes it is extremely safe to get a paternity DNA testing when one is pregnant. Though a few countries do not allow to get tested so that the gender is not disclosed, but they are also planning to conduct the test without disclosing the gender of the baby. In other countries where disclosing the gender of the child is not an offense it is considered to be useful as it allows one to know about their medical conditions and can further have a better and planned out way of delivering and associated treatment.
• Difference between the blood test and a swab test?
The only difference between them is the way they are done. There is no other difference and this does not affect the accuracy of the results of testing as all the tissues and fluids in your body have the same genes.
• How much accuracy do these tests have?
These tests have the same accuracy of 99.9%.
•Is there a minimum age by which the DNA testing is bound?
No there is no minimum age required to get your genetics tested. Rather it is suggested so that one knows about himself thoroughly as the genes act as a primary identity card of a human.