CASES IN WHICH PGD IS NECESSARY
PGD is necessary for all couples where genetic abnormalities were identified in the husband or the wife.
If a chromosome abnormality was found in the karyotype, a chromosomal profile, of the wife or the husband.
If a woman has had at least two spontaneous abortions.
If a woman has had at least one case of missed abortion due to a confirmed chromosomal abnormality (karyotyping of the embryo or chorionic villi in missed abortion).
If a woman has had at least one case of missed abortion due to structural abnormalities of the embryo identified by ULTRASOUND SCANNING or EMBRYOSCOPY.
If a couple has had several failures of IVF protocols: no pregnancy, biochemical pregnancy, missed abortion, miscarriage.In women undergoing IVF protocols at the age of 35 to 42.
In couples diagnosed with sex-linked genetic diseases, such as hemophilia. The birth of a girl would release the family from suffering.
Finally, THE BIRTH OF AN HEIR.
Or the birth of A GIRL, a welcome delight for the mother's heart in a family full of boys/men.