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An abnormal embryo chromosome number means the embryo has either too many or too few chromosomes.
This phenomena occurs incredibly frequently, in 1/3 to 2/3 of all embryos, or even more frequently, depending on the female’s age.
Gender is increasingly being used to describe how individuals identify as a man or a woman or sexual orientation.
Embryos are then evaluated and chosen for implantation.PGD can test the number of chromosomes in an embryo, including the number of sex chromosomes.Having an abnormal number of sex chromosomes is a frequent cause of failed implantation or miscarriage, examples include a single X chromosome as in Turner syndrome (45X), or an extra X chromosome in males as in Klinefelter syndrome (47XXY).We help guide each individual and couple through the medical, ethical and personal factors involved in the decision-making process.Contact TRM Fertility Experts A combination of IVF and PGD makes sex selection possible.
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