FertiGenes Test™
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss Test


FertiGenes Test™ Miscarriages is a genetic test for women who have experienced recurrent miscarriages. About 15-20% of diagnosed pregnancies end in miscarriage, while almost 1% of couples trying for a baby experience recurrent miscarriages.

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This test was designed to detect aneuploidies and imbalance resulting from Robertsonian translocations. It does not detect segmental aneuploidies, germline mosaicism related to aneuploidy, structural chromosome defects (e.g. deletion of the chromosome part, inversion, duplication), uniparental disomy, triploidy, tetraploidy.


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