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In general, having a son is what most people want. In some parts of the world, especially in southeastern Nigeria, a wife is guilty of giving birth to daughters. Many have chosen another woman as their son, the crown prince of their father’s heirs.

Over the past 12 years, PGD (Diagnosis) and PGS (Diagnosis) and most recently PGT have performed abnormal chromosome, family size, and scaling cell tests for hundreds of couples at the Medical Art Center. Pre-implantation genetic testing (PGT) is the term currently used to classify both PGD and PGS. Our experience shows that the Y chromosome is not determined by the male sex chromosome. After fertilization, all female embryos can be fertilized by a male sperm from a female. When such men cleanse themselves of toxins and give them orthomolecular supplements, IVF and PGT repetition can now result in male fetuses, which can be transmitted to a male pregnancy and to a male partner.

There are three types of PGT divided into three parts:

  1. PGT-M
  2. PGT-SR
  3. PGT-A

PGT-M is for mononucleosis disorders. These single gene tests may or may not be sexually transmitted. A baby inherits X-related conditions from the mother, and the mother transmits the father’s X chromosome to boys who do not have the normal X chromosome. Because the X chromosome is transmitted through the mother to the fetus, infected males give birth to unaffected males, but the mother has a 50% chance of being infected by their healthy daughters. Recessive disorders related to sex include:

  • Hemophilia.
  • Fragment X syndrome.
  • Most neuromuscular dystrophy (about nine hundred neuromuscular dystrophy are currently identified).
  • Hundreds of other diseases.

PGT-M is used to practice sexual orientation for family purposes only. The Y chromosome determines sex. Males have XY chromosomes that determine sex, while females have XX. Thus, the male sperm contains the X or Y chromosome, while the female egg always contains the X chromosome. Studies show that the X and Y chromosomes are the same in every sperm cell. However, according to our experience, two out of 15 fetuses and 12 female embryos were carriers of X-linked autoimmune disease because it carries a male partner (its X chromosome).

The male partner is advised to clean the toxins at the MART Life Detox Clinic and also given some orthomolecular supplements for 30-60 days. After that, the IVF cycle was repeated at the Medical Center, and PGT-M was administered to the fetus because only male fetuses were free of the X-linked virus.

The results were impressive, as the embryos produced more male embryos than in the previous PGT. As a follow-up, we recommend that men who pass through the PGT take orthomolecular supplements. If possible, go with a decongestant to get rid of toxins, heavy metals and pathogens that can damage your testicles.

PGT-SR evaluates each chromosome and examines the chromosome structural defects.

Advanced Fluorescent In-Breeding Techniques for Chromosomal Disorders Can detect various chromosome modifications, such as relocation, reversal, and deletion. In the past, some parents could not have a successful pregnancy without PGT, as chromosomal abnormalities occur in the past. In particular, the twin boys were tested after three attempts.

PGT-A for abnormal fetal examination of abnormal chromosome numbers.

Humans have a total of 46 chromosomes, with 23 chromosomes per parent. Aneloploid occurs when chromosome numbers increase or decrease. Anneloploid is responsible for most prenatal losses. Chromosomal normal embryos enter the uterus, greatly reducing the risk of loss in the first and second trimester.

The following are examples of PGT-A candidates.

Women in or near menopause

Couples who have had a miscarriage in the past

Couples with multiple IVF failures

As females grow older, their offspring become more likely to give birth to offspring. Because the chromosomes in the egg are less likely to be properly divided, the embryo may have more or less chromosomes. Aneloploid levels in fetuses are more than 20% in mothers aged 35-39 years and in mothers 40 years or older. Aneloploid fetuses are less likely to become pregnant and often lead to miscarriage, some even before pregnancy is diagnosed or confirmed. As a result, determining fetal chromosome makeup using PGT improves the chances of a healthy pregnancy and reduces the number of pregnancy losses and damaged offspring.

Recurrent miscarriage (RPL) is defined as two or more consecutive pregnancy losses before the 20th week of pregnancy. The cause is usually unknown, but may be related to fetal or gynecological diseases. About 50-80 percent of discarded embryos have chromosomal abnormalities, and couples with RPL have more aneploid fetuses than patients without RPL. PGT-A use increases the chances of having a full-time birth if there are no birth defects. In addition, PGT-A cytogenetic analysis is useful for a group of patients who have developed a distorted concept.

Three or more failed IVF treatments involving high quality fetuses are considered recurrent RIFs.

Evidence suggests that this group of patients has a large number of chromosome-deficient embryos. This may be the case in couples who are trying to conceive naturally. Select chromosomal normal embryos to transmit PGT-A after poisoning. It helps to cleanse the male reproductive system from other abnormalities.

Pre-implantation HLA matching is one of the symptoms for PGT. This method can help eliminate genetic disorders and identify potential donors for stem cell or bone marrow transplantation in children with cancers such as thalassemia or leukemia. At the Medical Art Center, we use the procedure to prevent the birth of a baby with scythes.

Prenatal genetic testing is an alternative to conventional postmenopausal diagnostic methods (such as amniocentesis or chorionic villus sampling), and if the results are inconclusive, it is a tedious option to terminate the pregnancy. Currently, PGT is the only way to prevent a high risk of having a preterm birth before implantation. It is an effective way to prevent hereditary genetic diseases by eliminating the problem of miscarriage due to improper prenatal testing. When a couple is at risk of transmitting a known birth defect to their children, we recommend PGT. Only healthy and normal embryos are implanted in the mother’s womb, which reduces the risk of genetic defects and prevents late miscarriage (after a positive prenatal examination).

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