Genetic examination is a very important factor in IVF treatment. The genetic structure of man is like a legacy that is passed down from generation to generation. With the transfer of genetic heritage to the next generation, people with similar genetic codes are born. A pregnant woman transfers half of her genetic makeup to her child. Another half of the child’s genetic makeup comes from the father. Therefore, genetic structure examinations are sometimes performed in IVF treatments. The biggest reason for this is whether or not genetic heritage can cause problems.
Genetic Analysis in IVF Treatment
Genetic examination in IVF treatment means a comprehensive examination of the DNA structure. It can be understood whether there are any inherited problems in the genes transferred from mother and father to the child. In order to understand this situation, genetic studies can be done in IVF treatment.
Genetic studies will have many benefits in the future. In this way, a possible genetic disorder can be learned in advance. Genetic examination is recommended before marriage without relatives, especially in marriages with relatives. In this way, genetic disorders in the mother or father that do not occur can be detected.
Who Should Genetic Examination Be Performed In IVF Treatment?
Genetic examination in IVF treatment should be done to people with intense genetic disorders. Family members with a hereditary disease are advised to apply for DNA examination before having a baby. In this way, the possibility of passing the disease to the child to be born is revealed.
At the same time, it is important to conduct genetic examinations in marriage with relatives before having children. In consanguineous marriages, the rate of passing hereditary and hidden ailments to the child who will be born is quite high. Thanks to all these examinations, the hereditary disorders that the baby will suffer are also learned.