Investigate the genetic causes of infertility Provide reference for follow-up treatment
Infertility Molecular Genetic Testing (IFGS) detects related genes that cause male and female infertility to provide genetic references for clinical diagnosis and treatment of infertility.
There are more than 50 million infertility patients nationwide, showing younger trend, and 60% of them can't find the cause using conventional testing.
About 30% of male infertility are caused by genetic factors, which can a range of symptoms, including oligospermia, azoospermia, high sperm deformity rate, and low sperm motility. Without a clear genetic diagnosis, such patients will continue tentative or surgical treatment, thus delaying their condition and wasting medical expenses
Aristogenesis: The detection of infertility-causing mutations can remind other families to prepare in advance.
1 Women with symptoms of primary infertility, such as premature ovarian failure, polycystic ovary syndrome, and hormone abnormalities, etc.
2 Men with symptoms of primary infertility, such as common azoospermia, oligospermia, weak sperm and teratozoospermia.
3 Couples who failed to fertilize through IVF and have abnormal embryonic development.
4 Couples with unexplained infertility.
Screening chromosomal reason of miscarriage and abortion s for couples who have not kept miscarriage tissue