Identifying embryos free of chromosomal alterations increases the success rate in patients with difficult reproductive prognosis

The goal of genetic selection is to achieve the healthiest possible embryo resulting from an In Vitro Fertilization

One of the areas of knowledge that has evolved the most is Genetics applied to Reproductive Medicine. “In the Vistahermosa Reproduction Unit we have diagnostic techniques for the study of embryo genetics (Preimplantation Genetic Screening-SGP) that are generated in the laboratory through the In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) procedure, being able to select those free of chromosomal alterations, able to develop an evolutive pregnancy “, explains the director of the center, Dr. José López Gálvez.

According to the specialist, this method is used primarily to help patients with difficult reproductive prognosis, “as happens in cases of old age or implantation problems, increasing the chances of success and safety, while reducing the risk of abortion” .

As Dr. López Gálvez emphasizes, the goal is to achieve the healthiest possible embryo. This procedure is performed on the third and fifth day of life of the embryos, performing a biopsy on a small sample of genetic material for the study of the entire genome of the embryo, identifying the most healthy, free of genetic diseases, to transfer to the mother’s womb . “This technology makes us more effective, raising the chances of achieving pregnancy in the patient and having a healthy baby at home.”

In the Vistahermosa Reproduction Unit, the first consultation is free. In the clinic you have a multidisciplinary medical team with more than 33 years of experience in Reproductive Medicine, offering you the security guarantees that confers being inside a hospital center.

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