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PGD

A balanced family is a dream of every parent. Couples who are blessed with a son(s) wish to have a daughter(s) and couples who are enjoying Allah’s blessing in the form of daughters always wish to have a son(s). Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis formerly known as PGD is a treatment of choice for such couple to fulfill their wishes of a Balanced Family. PGD allows the identification of embryos either XX (girl) or XY (boy), before placing them in the mother’s womb. In PGD, desired embryos are placed into the female’s uterus for implantation. PGD enables gender selection accuracy up to 99.9%. PGD is a technique used to identify inheritable genetic diseases.

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What is PGD?

PGD (Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis) helps couples in BALANCING their family, it also reduces the risk of passing hereditary genetic disorders onto their children. Couples blessed with at least one child of a particular sex in the family are often interested in giving birth to another child Read More

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What are the Steps in PGD?

Step 1: Initial Assessment and Counselling Once the couple shows their wish to have a balanced family or their infertility specialist assessed them to be at risk of giving birth to a child with inheritable genetic disorders, they are advised to go for a PGD procedure. Read More

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Who Should Consider PGD?

Couples who are dreaming of a balanced family should consider PGD. Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis allows parents to choose the gender of the baby before embryo transfer and implantation. Read More

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Risks Involved with PGD

Most of the risks associated with PGD treatment are similar to those with intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) / in-vitro fertilization (IVF): Read More