Fertility Tests - Advanced Embryo Selection

Advanced Embryo Selection

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) has already taken the process of IVF to a new level. The current advancements have created a mechanism that considerably helps in the success ratio of IVF. According to estimation, around 70% of the embryos that have been created show some shortcomings, and in worst cases, some pregnancies from IVF were even terminating themselves. With the arrival of various processes for embryo screening under the umbrella of advanced embryo selection, there has been a drastic decrease in the number of these pregnancies terminating after IVF and implantation processes. The success ratio of IVF has increased to a level of 65% after the introduction of AES. This success has opened new doors for people using IVF and made it a truly successful miscarriage-proof journey for them.
 What Is Embryo Screening?
Also known as the PGD process, it is a type of screening that allows an IVF expert to check out the exact condition of the embryo. IVF has the power to generate an embryo outside the female body by conjugating the ovum and sperm. The process of embryo screening can also be considered as an intermediate process. IVF experts first prepare an embryo and then judge it on its merits of survival before planting it inside the female body.
What Is Array CGH Technology?
Array CGH process is a process that has the capacity to observe all 24 chromosomes that are brewing in an embryo. It allows experts to deduct data about certain things like growth potentials that are present in an embryo, chances for genetic disorders, chances of survival of an embryo after the implantation, and more. Suppose a couple has lost a fair deal of time due to incompetent infertility treatment, then IVF technology and information from the sources of array CGH technology can speed up the process for them. Embryo selection also ensures that IVF experts are implanting an embryo where all 24 chromosomes of the embryo are screened properly and are defect-free.
Technique for Embryo-Testing
Here, we are required to draw the lines very carefully; advanced embryo selection technique can be considered as the best technique from the purview of an IVF expert. It is essential for an IVF expert to go for advanced embryo selection process as this selection increases the chances of the success of the procedure.
What Are the Benefits of Advanced Embryo Selection?
The primary advantage of AES comes with the fact that it is a process that minimizes the chances of a miscarriage; it happens because it creates an opportunity where the chromosomes present in an embryo passes through the scanner of this process. In normal cases, the test of the embryo is done on the third day of the growth. It is a myth that the results of the AES process can hamper the IVF cycle of the couple. The truth is that this particular test has a quick turnaround time, and this is why, if one embryo fails, then experts always have the option to go for the second attempt during a given IVF cycle.
 How Can We Understand the Process of AES in a Mass Friendly Terminology?
AES is a process where an expert goes for a single cell analysis taken from a three-day-old embryo. Once detached from the main embryo, the DNA of this single cell goes under the various processes of comparative genomic hybridization technology. Here, the DNA code is compared to the single cell with the DNA code of a normal male and female. This assessment finally gives them a score sheet; based on this score sheet, the suitability of the embryo is fixed for transfer or implantation. In normal cases, it takes 36 hours to accomplish this test. So far, AES is the fastest and most precise embryo selection test that is available on the cards.
An IVF process without the intermediate step of AES can be successful. However, a couple suffering from the history of a miscarriage of failed IVF need AES as this process saves a fair bit of their time, which can be considered as the fertile period.

Fast Facts:

Advantages of this Preimplantation Genetic Screening are-

Significantly reduce the risk of pregnancy with an abnormal embryo

Help you achieve pregnancy in the latest number of IVF cycles

Help you avoid future
failed IVF cycles and pregnancies

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