Genetic Panel at Birla Fertility & IVF
Birla Fertility & IVF is equipped with a dedicated in-house genetic panel that offers comprehensive genomic testing and resources. Our clinical services are driven by ever-evolving scientific advances combined with emotional support.The genetic panel at our facility is run by highly-qualified fertility experts with extensive experiences. We provide routine prepregnancy counselling, options for carrier screening and customised fertility treatments. We offer personalised support on reproductive genes and integrate necessary information to enhance your chances of a healthy pregnancy.
About Genetic Panel
One of the most common factors contributing to infertility is genetics. More so, it is believed that genetic mutations are capable of hampering assisted reproductive techniques. It is, thereby, essential to consider the health of genomes while seeking fertility treatments. A genetic panel offers personalised support to patients who have a substantial risk of passing on the disease to their children. The objective of a genetic panel is to offer in-person counselling with regards to genetics risks and potential treatment options.
Genetic Panel Process
The specialists at Birla Fertility & IVF recommend patients to take counselling when they are posed with gene-related complications leading to infertility. The counsellors in our genetic panel, first, draw a review of your condition. In preliminary investigations, we will discuss your personal and family history of the disease. Our expert will indicate a set of general health checkups and bloodwork to examine overall and reproductive health. Based on the findings of the consultation, we recommend appropriate genetic screening tests to establish the relation between your fertility and genetic disorder.
The results of these carrier tests are reviewed as we offer you treatment options to safeguard your child from inheriting the genetic defects. Our experts provide complete resources and information at every step of the way to help you make an informed choice.
Genetic Panel| Is it for me?
The assistance of a genetic panel is very helpful for almost all couples choosing IVF treatments. However, it is deemed essential for couples who are potential carriers of chromosomal abnormalities or specific gene conditions. You can opt to take guidance from the genetic panel if you have unexplained infertility, recurrent pregnancy loss or a family history of birth defects. We recommend that you choose genetic counselling if you are choosing an egg or sperm donor for ART.
Frequently Asked Questions
How should I prepare for a consultation with the Genetic Panel?
Before going for your appointment with a genetic counsellor, you can collect useful information to discuss with the specialist. You should talk with your family members about the history of the disease. Make sure to know the exact time of the onset and medical name of the condition.
Which tests do genetic counsellors do?
Genetic counsellors indicate a variety of tests based on the health and condition of the patient. Some of the most common testings include – prenatal screenings, genetic screenings such as PGS, PGD and routine diagnostics.
What should I ask my genetic counsellor?
A genetic panel is available to attend to all your doubts regarding fertility and genomics. You should ask your specialists about the extent of risk to your child, treatment options, advantages and risks associated with different types of treatments.
Birla Fertility & IVF is the best infertility treatment hospital in Gurgaon. When we visited the hospital and met the doctor, he asked us about our medical history and set up a panel to discuss the best treatment for us. The hospital has an excellent staff and the best doctors’ team. They all are highly experienced and knowledgeable. Thank you for your services.
I would strongly recommend people who are struggling to become parents, do visit Birla Fertility & IVF. The whole staff was very helpful throughout my procedures. They use the best technology and medical equipment.
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