Dr. Serena Chen MD and Melissa Brisman explain why your embryos might not be sticking.

In the video, Dr. Serena discusses PGS testing.

PGS stands for Preimplantation Genetic Screening and can be performed on fertility treatment cycles involving an egg collection, to screen embryos created in the lab, before an embryo transfer is planned. This enables the selection of the embryo with the best chance of implanting and achieving a successful and healthy pregnancy, based on the genetic status of the embryo. PGS also avoids using embryos that would fail to implant or create abnormal pregnancies that would either miscarry or lead to fetal abnormalities.

For more information about PGS testing, visit IVFbabble Magazine. Why not take a look at this article:

PGS testing explained

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