Genetic Testing

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Genetic Testing of embryos is Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS), also called Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Aneuploidies (PGT – A). This is a rapidly progressing assisted reproductive technology which is more beneficial for few patients with recurrent pregnancy loss and congenital deformities.

PGS/PGT-A is the process of identifying number of chromosomes present in each selected embryo. Abnormal chromosome numbers, also known as aneuploidy, are a significant source of challenge in pregnancy and birth. A normal embryo has 46 chromosomes; any more or less than 46 chromosomes can significantly impact yourchances of conceiving, and can come with consequences if the embryo is carried to term. 

Benefits: 

  • Improved embryo selection  
  • Prevent genetic transmission of unknown abnormalities  
  • Optimized chance of a successful pregnancy 

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Similar Question people ask

What is genetic testing?

Genetic testing is a medical procedure that examines an individual’s DNA to identify changes or variations in genes, providing insights into their health, ancestry, and potential genetic risks.

What are some common uses of genetic testing?

Genetic testing is used to assess the risk of inherited disorders, determine carrier status, predict susceptibility to certain diseases, and tailor medical treatments or interventions based on a person’s genetic profile.

No, genetic testing can also be used for non-medical purposes such as ancestry and genealogy research, helping individuals discover their heritage and connect with relatives through shared DNA.

How is genetic testing conducted?

Genetic testing is typically done using a DNA sample, often collected through a simple saliva or blood test. The sample is then analyzed in a laboratory to identify genetic variations.

What should individuals consider before undergoing genetic testing?

Before genetic testing, individuals should consider their reasons for testing, the potential emotional and ethical implications of the results, and consult with a healthcare provider or genetic counselor to make informed decisions about the testing process and its consequences.

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