Several studies have reported that approximately 50% of human pre-implantation fertilized eggs or embryos from in-vitro fertilization (IVF) are chromosomally abnormal. The rate of abnormality depends on the age of the woman. Women above the age of 35 years are at significant risk of developing chromosomal abnormalities in their eggs. This leads to miscarriages in early pregnancy as well as the failure of an IVF cycle.
In the earlier days, the chromosomal abnormality in the embryo could not be detected. The times, however, have changed and the advanced genetic methods available today can detect an abnormality in the embryo before implanting it into the uterus. These tests allow the assessment of all 23 pairs of chromosomes to detect any genetic abnormality. Combining these tests with IVF has significantly improved pregnancy success rates for patients.
At WINGS IVF, we provide advanced genetic testing to check the quality of the embryo. Our doctors ensure that the embryo implanted into the women's uterus is safe and free of any chromosomal abnormalities. Our entire procedure of the IVF is structured in a way to safeguard the health of both mother and the baby. Our team of doctors create several embryos by combining unfertilized eggs and sperm from the couple. These embryos are checked on various levels to ensure quality. The embryos with genetic deformities are discarded and only the safe and qualified embryo is implanted into the women's uterus. This way, we avoid repeated IVF attempts by only implanting the highest quality embryo. This enables us to provide excellent patient outcomes by improving pregnancy success.
With us, you can be rest assured to receive the latest and most advanced treatment for infertility.