The most common error in embryos is called aneuploidy. This means there are too many or too few chromosomes. Screening embryos with PGS prior to transfer helps to achieve higher implantation rates, fewer pregnancy losses and lowers the risk of having to consider pregnancy termination.
Every family is different and only you can decide when your family is complete. With gender testing, you can choose the gender of the embryos that will be transferred to your gestational carrier and balance the gender of your existing children.
Critical factors for PGD/PGS
- Most advanced technologies
- Precision techniques
- Experience with a high volume of PGS cases
- Ability to culture to blastocyst stage
- Proficiency of embryo biopsy
- Cryopreservation of biopsied embryos