How PGS improves IVF results | IVF treatment | Gunasheela Fertility Center

PGS can save time and money by limiting the number of embryos that need to be transferred and increasing the chances of a successful pregnancy.

PGS, or preimplantation genetic screening, is an advanced diagnostic technique used to analyze embryos for chromosomal abnormalities prior to implantation. By identifying embryos that have a normal number of chromosomes, PGS can significantly improve IVF success rates. The technique is particularly beneficial for women over the age of 35 who have a higher risk of producing embryos with chromosomal abnormalities. PGS also ensures that embryos transferred to the uterus are the most viable ones, thus increasing the chance of a successful pregnancy. Additionally, PGS can help to reduce the risk of miscarriage and other complications associated with chromosomally abnormal embryos

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