Embryo donation with PGD-NGSLeading IVF clinic in Western Europe
Embryo donation with PGS-NGS is a treatment package offered to women who have difficulties in conceiving due to male and female factor, the couple is unlikely to conceive using their own eggs and sperm or there is a risk of transmitting a genetic disorder to the child.
This is a perfect option for recipients who are ready to grow their families as soon as possible!
Main advantages of this program is its extremely attractive price, simplicity and related usage of ICSI method will help to avoid any possible problems on fertilization stage and will be a great guarantee of successful treatment.also helps to solve a problem of donor choosing for those people, who aren’t sure about how their donor must look like.
Embryo donation with PGS-NGS program includes:
- Initial consultation with fertility specialist (personal doctor and IVF Care manager who will be in constant contact with you at all stages of your treatment)
- Endometrium ultrasound monitoring during treatment
- Endometrial lining stimulation protocol
- Online conversation with fertility specialist
- Detailed donors’ profiles both eggs and sperm
- Individual stimulation protocol for the endometrium growing
- Oocytes fertilized using ICSI-method with previously washed and prepared sperm
- Assisted hatching of the embryo
- PGS-NGS testing of the embryo
- Cropreservation and storage of the embryo
- Transfer of 1 embryo into the uterus cavity
- Photo of transferred embryo
- Assistance with visa applications, hotel and travel arrangements
- Patient support during and after the treatment program by IVF Care team
Why Choose Us
- Ready-to-transfer donors’ embryos
- No waiting list, just contact your IVF Care manager in order to select and book the embryos
- Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (method NGS) to test each embryo and determine whether each embryo has inherited the mutation and disease predisposition. We also test sex chromosomes, giving the intended parent the option of Gender Selection for family balancing.
- The most convenient individual fertility treatment
- Our skilled clinical staff will meticulously prepare your customized plan
- On-call daily virtual support
- Requires only one in-person visit for your embryo transfer
- Safe, effective, gentle, and stress-free
- Private and patient-centric
- Available to all patients world-wide
How is Embryo Testing Performed?
- PGS is used to determine if the cells in the embryo have the right number of chromosomes. Normal, healthy humans have a total of 23 pairs of chromosomes.
- IVF has a high risk of multiple pregnancies. Usually, 2-3 embryos are implanted in the uterus to maximize the chances of a successful pregnancy. If genetic screening tests are conducted before implantation, it may be possible to implant only a single embryo and thus avoid the risk of multiple pregnancies. This is because having more or less than the normal number of chromosomes is one of the most common reasons why an embryo fails to be implanted in the uterus and of miscarriages.
- Both PGS and PGD require a biopsy of cells from a blastocyst embryo. This procedure is called ‘embryo biopsy’. The vast majority of embryos survive the biopsy although there is a small chance that an embryo could arrest after the biopsy is performed. There are no studies to suggest an increased risk of birth defects in embryos that are biopsied compared to those that aren’t.
- The biopsied cells are shipped to a lab for testing while the remaining blastocyst embryo is frozen and stored until the results are returned. From here, the patient can make a plan with a fertility doctor to select an embryo for a future transfer. Most doctors will recommend that the couple choose an embryo free from chromosomal abnormalities.
PGS is not used to test for specific diseases. As compared to the PGD test, this is a much simpler test. However, it can be used to detect Down Syndrome. This is because this disease is caused by an extra chromosome Trisomy 21, being present in the person's DNA. This screening may be used for gender selection.