How are you doing? Let me start by saying that you and your baby are absolutely fine.
First of all, 31 years is not at all a risk factor. Only after 35 years, the risk of these genetic problems increases a lot, much more after 40 years. These factors are calculated using an age correlation.
In this report, the risk is mentioned as 1 in 675. Only if the risk is 1 in 250 or less, we need to worry. In your case there is no risk as per history and also the tests show the same.
So, just enjoy these days of pregnancy and keep following the medications you are following now.
Hope I have clarified your query. Do write back if there are any more queries. All the best.
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