PGS results questions


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Reply Posted on: Mar 4, 2015 at 9:19am
I'm 36 years old with 5 neg IVF tranfer (blastocyst). I got 5 embryos tested and the results came back with :
- 3: multiple aneuploid chromosomes
- 1: 46,xx;del(10)(q21.3-qter), aneuploid: deletion on the long arm of chrosmosome 10
- 1: 46xy;del (9)(q21.13-qter)-16 : deletion on the long arm of chrosmosome 9 & Monosomy 16

Would it be possible to help me understand these results. Any solution ?
Julie Dionne

Dr. Braverman

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RE: PGS results questions Posted on: Mar 4, 2015 at 12:02pm
Most of these are random abnormal results and not significant unless one of the parents is a carrier of a balanced translocation . If you have not been tested yet you and your spouse should.
When there are no translocations and repeative abnormal PGD , one should consdier Endometriosis or PCOS as other possbile causitive issues.
Braverman Medical Team
Braverman Reproductive Immunology P.C.