HOW THE PGT-A PROCESS WORKS

PREVIDA®

WHAT IS PREVIDA®?

Previda® is a preimplantation genetic test for aneuploidies (PGT-A), formerly known as preimplantation genetic screening (PGT-A/PGT-SR/PGT-M). It is designed for couples undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF). This test assesses the genetic well-being of embryos by examining chromosome numbers to detect any missing or additional chromosomes (aneuploidy). Aneuploidies are a frequent cause of miscarriages and can lead to the birth of a child with a genetic disorder. Previda® aids in identifying and selecting genetically healthy embryos, increasing the chances of a successful IVF outcome and a healthy pregnancy.

WHY USE PGT-A?

Previda® is a preimplantation genetic test for aneuploidies (PGT-A), formerly known as preimplantation genetic screening (PGT-A/PGT-SR/PGT-M). It is designed for couples undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF). This test assesses the genetic well-being of embryos by examining chromosome numbers to detect any missing or additional chromosomes (aneuploidy). Aneuploidies are a frequent cause of miscarriages and can lead to the birth of a child with a genetic disorder. Previda® aids in identifying and selecting genetically healthy embryos, increasing the chances of a successful IVF outcome and a healthy pregnancy.

Key Goals

Increased chance of implantation

Decrease the risk of miscarriage

Minimize expenses and time for a healthy baby.

PREVIDA®

WHO IS PGT-A FOR?

PGT-A is a beneficial tool for a wide range of patients undergoing IVF, as it helps identify chromosomally abnormal embryos irrespective of age. While it can benefit anyone, PGT-A is particularly recommended for patients who fall into the following groups:
  • advanced maternal age (above 35)
  • unexplained infertility
  • history of recurrent miscarriages
  • previous pregnancy failure with IVF

WHO IS PGT-A FOR?

WHAT’S NEXT?

Embryo Evaluation and Transfer Planning: After receiving the results from Previda®, your IVF care team will utilize the PGT-A information to determine the most suitable embryos for transfer. Euploid embryos, which exhibit normal chromosomal health, generally have higher chances of successful implantation and are typically recommended for transfer. On the other hand, aneuploid or mosaic embryos, which display abnormal chromosome numbers, are not typically recommended for transfer due to the increased risks of implantation failure, miscarriage, or developmental disorders in newborns.

Genetic Counseling and Support: To address various topics, including family and pregnancy history, genetic testing options, understanding the test results, and making informed clinical decisions, genetic counseling is available through the Revela portal. Our dedicated team of genetic counselors can provide valuable support and guidance throughout your IVF journey, ensuring you have the necessary information to make well-informed decisions.

HELPFUL PATIENT RESOURCES

PREVIDA® PDF BROCHURE

SUPPORT

At Progenesis, you are at the heart of everything we do. Your questions and concerns matter to us, and we’re here to provide the answers and support you need. Your journey to a healthy family starts with us.