We recommend this for couples before they begin trying to get pregnant, and especially those couples who have a family history and personal history of a disease linked to genetic transmission and this disease has already occurred in the family. This means that this disease can reappear in the future in the next generation.


Consultation with a clinical geneticist is recommended for couples before they begin their efforts to get pregnant with assisted reproductive methods. This consultation is especially important for couples who have a real risk of having a genetic condition in the family, and there is a risk that this disease may recur in the next generation in the future.

Genetic examination, however, may also reveal a genetic mutation for a hereditary illness that has not yet occurred in the family and which can appear in the offspring of future parents.

How preconception genetic testing works:


  • We begin with a brief interview with a doctor, where a family and personal medical history of inborn illnesses in the families of both partners is discussed.
  • This is followed by blood sampling for chromosome examination and a karyotype assembly (a set of all chromosomes in the cell nucleus).
  • In women, we investigate the genetic disposition for increased blood clotting - thrombophilic mutation (Factor V Leiden gene mutation and a prothrombin gene mutation for Factor II).
  • In men with a serious pathological finding in the semen analysis, we focus on detecting possible changes at the genes level (the so-called microdeletion of the Y chromosome - the loss of part of the genetic information on the Y chromosome and the mutation in the CFTR gene).
  • Based on the results we have found, we recommend appropriate treatment and possibly IVF genetic testing of the embryo before its transfer to the uterus (PGD and PGS).

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