FAQ

Commonly asked questions and their answers

Is it possible to identify chromosomal abnormalities in embryos based on their morphological appearance?

The appearance of embryos cannot give us any information on chromosomal abnormalities. The evaluation of embryos is performed by observing their morphological appearance (number of cells, presence of fragmentation etc.) under the microscope and it correlates with the prognosis of achieving a pregnancy. It is very possible for an embryo of excellent quality to carry chromosomal abnormalities. For the detection of such anomalies, a special genetic testing called preimplantation genetic testing should be applied. In this way, healthy embryos can be selected for transfer to the uterus, while embryos with anomalies can be excluded.

See more about the methods of preimplantation genetic diagnosis and preimplantation genetic screening.
Can I have an assisted reproduction treatment cycle without any drugs?
Is there a specific hormone that shows how fertile I am?
How much can stress affect the outcome of a treatment cycle?
Can I get pregnant after the age of 40?
How can I determine my biological age?
Is it possible to treat Severe Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome?
How many assisted reproduction treatment cycles should I have?
Could I have unexplained infertility?
Is preimplantation genetic diagnosis possible?
How many embryos should be transferred in order to have high pregnancy rate?
Is there a treatment for women with abnormal hormone levels (high FHS – low AMH)?
Which pregnancy rates should I trust?

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