Pre Implantation Genetic Screening (PGS)
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If you have previously had unsuccessful IVF cycles, miscarriage or have a history of family chromosome issues, then your clinician may suggest that you have PGS to screen the embryos for any chromosomal abnormality.
A single cell or a number of small cells are taken from the embryo and the DNA of those cells are tested and only those embryos with no abnormalities are placed in the womb.
There is a risk that the embryo can be damaged when removing the cells and therefore will not implant when it is transferred to the womb.
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