According to internal data and several independent clinical studies, selecting normal embryos might increase the pregnancy possibilities after transfer.
In the general population, 25% of all clinical pregnancies end in miscarriage and almost half are chromosomally abnormal.
Therefore, especially in high-risk groups, the PGS reduces the risk of misscarriage.
The PGS increases the possibility of having a healthy baby, as it allows chromosomally normal embryos to be identified.
The mean theoretical time to achieve a LB (weeks) decreases from 14.9 to 7.7 weeks with PGS (1)
PGS helps to avoid repeating cycles of assisted reproduction and can help to reduce the number of multiple pregnancies performing by supporting single embryo transfer
We use the most advanced technology, NGS (Next-Generation Sequencing) to perform the Baby Gender test:
Scientific publications and documents.
Baby Gender Documents
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