Q. My age is 39 years. In last two years 3 miscarriages happened. After that we done the karyotyping blood test. My husband test are OK. But in my case there is slight increase in the length of satelight observed on chromosomes 21. Is there any issue for pregnancy. Can I give a birth to healthy baby or not. Or shall we need to go for ivf? Please advise.
Your karyotyping report suggests that you have genetic issues which might be the reason of recurrent miscarriages. In this case, I would suggest you to opt for PGD IVF which will avoid any genetic defect in your baby.
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- Dr. Anjali Vaish, Posted on: Oct. 23, 2018, 10:24 a.m.