What is PGS?
Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS)- This screening is performed on day 5 or 6 of the cultivation of embryos. The main function of PGS is to analyze all 46 chromosomes. Accordingly, the result of the study will be informed whether the embryo is aneuploid or euploid. Aneuploidy could cause miscarriage, implantation failure, or chromosomal disorders like Turner or Down syndrome. This test is usually recommended for patients undergoing IVF programs with their own oocytes before the age of 35. From this time there is a fairly high risk of possible genetic abnormalities of the embryo. It also lets you know the gender of the embryo for family balance.
If you want to become our patient and have the highest level of carrying and support as well as professional doctors from our partner’s clinics just follow this link and be sure that your future child will be in the right hands.
If you want to learn more about IFG, visit:
To watch other FAQs, go to: