GENDER SELECTION (PGS/PGD)

Nowadays current (advanced) technologies allow choosing the gender of a child in advance with the help of preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD, PGD) by means of in vitro fertilization (IVF). 
The process of identifying the sex of a child is carried out approximately 72 hours after fertilization by removing one or two cells from the embryo. 

In reproductive practice, only in vitro fertilization guarantees a high success rate in the process of gender selection. The effectiveness of Sex Selection IVF treatment has been repeatedly proven to result in healthy children of desired gender. 


PGD procedure is only possible through IVF treatment; therefore all stages of sex selection treatment are almost the same as in ordinary in vitro fertilization. 
Carrying out preimplantation genetic diagnosis the IVF doctor in advance excludes the presence of genetic pathologies. 
The PGD procedure helps to identify a sufficient number of genetic diseases. Carrying out the study of the chromosome set of the embryo, the doctor can detect more than 150 diseases. These include: Gaucher’s disease, myodystrophy, achondroplasia, hemophilia, Gottington’s disease, chromosome breakage, pemphigus, retinoblastoma, neurofibromatosis, Fanconi anemia, Down’s syndrome, tardive dystonia, polycystic kidney disease, myopathy, cystic fibrosis, Alpert, pigmented retinitis, Edwards , phenylketonuria, etc. 
Since a healthy embryo is inserted into the uterine cavity, the risk of spontaneous abortion is reduced to a minimum value. 


PGS/PGD procedure requires a significant number of follicles. Therefore the female patient is going through increased hormone ovarian stimulation. 
Thanks to the PGD procedure along with IVF, couples may conceive a long-awaited boy or a beloved girl. 

Emergency Cases

0542 868 99 99

Your treatment plan is designed for steady progress, with every phase promptly implemented.

Make an Appointment