In vitro Fertilization with pre-implantation genetic diagnosis allows couples who have an increased risk of passing a genetically inherited disease to their children to screen embryos before implantation.
Screening embryos allows IVF Jordan specialists to remove embryos with chromosomal defects and use only healthy embryos for the embryo transfer procedure. PGD can also be used for gender selection, to prevent children being born with gender-linked diseases or to allow couples balance the gender of their family.
Amman delivers a vast collection of assisted reproduction treatments. PGD Jordan offers modern facilities and comprehensive diagnosis and treatment.
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) Procedure
Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis works by identifying embryos that have defective chromosomes. Chromosomal abnormalities in embryos suggest children born from these embryos would have a genetic disorder. If PGD is used to help couples choose the sex of their child, fertility specialists identify embryos with an unbalanced number of male (Y) or female (X) chromosomes. Embryos with a higher percentage of one of the sex-identifying chromosomes are more likely to produce a child of the corresponding sex.
Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan and is a cultured, amiable city with unexpected charm that is soaring high with tempting cafes, beautiful art galleries and a lively commerce.
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The cost of IVF in Amman is competitively priced at a reasonable costs giving hope to many patients to be blessed with the gift of a child.
Amman makes it an affordable first-rate fertility destination for PGD options. Jordan is celebrated for its distinguished quality of fertility standards and world-class fertility experts.