Sometimes, a genetic predisposition in either the male or the female partner may give rise to congenital disabilities in the baby. If you have previously conceived a baby with recognisable congenital disorders, you may want to consider having yours and your partnerÃƒÂ¢â‚¬â„¢s genetic samples tested. Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) and preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) are twin state-of-the-art procedures on Cloudnine that help to identify genetic defects and risks in embryos, saving you from carrying an unhealthy embryo to term.
A treatment programme on Cloudnine is normally divided into three key stages but may differ based on your background, health and medical history.
Every treatment programme on Cloudnine is thoughtfully designed keeping you and your partner in mind, with your combined medical history, financial inclination and long-term goals forming the fulcrum for a personalised treatment plan. In line with this, your treatment programme will open with you and your partner being invited in for a consultation with a fertility specialist. In this consultation, your specialist will review your medical details, spotlight areas of concern and recommend potential paths to fertility.
Your consultation will be followed by a detailed fertility screening composed of tests that will be tailored to your medical profile. A guest typically undergoes the following screening tests, although these may vary from case to case:
Your treatment plan may comprise a single fertility procedure or a combination of fertility routines. Some of these are mentioned below: