Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS/PGT-A)

Helping you have a successful pregnancy and a healthy baby by selecting chromosomally normal embryos

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PGS (PGT-A)

It's very important to identify embryos with the correct number 
of chromosomes for successful fertility treatment.

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Complete analysis of all 24 chromosomes

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12-hour procedure

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Results in more than 99% of cases

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More than 20 years' experience in genetics

Advanced Reproductive Genetic Services

Overview

PGS is a genetic study of the embryo produced during IVF treatment and can help you have a healthy baby. The PGS test:

  • Is performed on the embryo before it is transferred.
  • Allows the identification and transfer of embryos free from aneuploidies to the mother.
  • Significantly increases pregnancy rates per transfer.
  • Reduces the time needed to achieve pregnancy.
Who should use PGS?

Who should use PGS?

PGS is especially recommended for:

  • Advanced maternal age: 35 years and above
  • Recurrent miscarriages: women with two or more miscarriages
  • IVF failures: two or more IVF failures
  • Male factor: low quantity and/or quality of sperm
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Benefits

  • Reduced miscarriage rates.
  • Higher pregnancy rates per transfer.
  • Fewer cycles of IVF treatment needed (less time and money).
  • Greater chance of having a healthy child.
  • Fewer wasted transfers (implantation failure).
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How it works

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