20 Aug PGD gender selection: Is it possible to decide baby’s sex in the pregnancy?
Would be a boy or a girl? is one of the most frequent questions among future parents. Nowadays it is possible to choose the gender thanks to PGD gender selection procedure.
Sex selection during the embryo stage can be done for medical reasons. For example, to prevent gender-related genetic diseases or to detect aneuploidies related to sex-chromosomes such as monosomy X (Turner syndrome) or trisomy XXY (Klinefelter syndrome). Also it can be done when parents want a balance in their family; for example, they already have two boys, and they would like to have a girl.
PGD gender selection can accurately determine the sex chromosomes in the embryos making it the most effective method available nowadays. More and more couples decide to use it to increase their chances of implanting the embryo of the desire gender. An In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) cycle should be performed to obtain embryos. The analysis of small sample of each embryo will allows us to determine its sex-chromosomal dotation. Only the normal embryos of the desired chromosomal gender are transferred.
PGD Labs is a Kuwait Medical Laboratory specialized in PGD gender selection
PGD Labs, the genetic centre equipped with the most innovative technology and composed of specialists with extensive experience in the sector, can offer future parents the possibility to choose the sex of their baby for family balancing reasons or either to prevent gender-related genetic diseases.
They work hand-in-hand with the best assisted reproduction clinics so that patients from different areas of the country can use PGD labs services with the security and confidence they need. Are you one of them? In this case, you can request more information about the PGD gender selection without any compromise by calling the phone number +965 969 38 400 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Leave behind questions about your baby’s gender or concerns about chromosomal diseases. Trust PGD laboratory in Kuwait.