Dallas IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) has been acknowledged for about 10 years as having among the highest fertility success rates in the whole country. We are highly recognized for providing genetic diagnosis for patients who enter our advanced fertility center. Further, Dallas IVF offers genetic testing for patients who’ve a genetic disease or happen to be possible carriers of a genetic disease. Certain genetic diseases, mainly recessive disorders, tend to be major in certain ethnic groups. One of the ideal ways to establish if a patient has a genetic disease or is a carrier of just one is by way of Genetic testing. Through Dallas IVF’s genetic testing, we are able to offer the needed genetic diagnosis necessary for both counseling and treatment options. For our clientele who don’t have any problem conceiving, but experience persistent pregnancy losses, genetic testing is encouraged for both the man and woman in order to identify if they have a genetic abnormality, which may very well explain the losses. Our Parker fertility treatment clinic not only assists patients in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex community, but also patients in the close by region and across the nation.
Parker Genetic Testing
Parker, Texas is a small city found in Collin County. There are about 3,800 people residing in Parker as of now. In case Parker clients enter into Dallas IVF, they will be thrilled to learn from our very skilled physicians who are acknowledged for spending some time to clarify their elaborate genetic analyses and provide solutions such as donor eggs, donor sperm or PGD (Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis) either to cut down or remove the probability of having a child suffering from the disease. It is no big surprise that a lot of infertile couples from Parker are keen on looking for the services of the professional team at Dallas IVF. The greater part of the PGD cases conducted in our center are the day five biopsies of blastocysts. Most of all, our practice has been on the leading edge of PGD in the region and is credited with two major developments:
• The first PGD pregnancy in Dallas or Collin County; and
• The first PGD pregnancy for Family Balancing in Collin County.
Parker Prenatal Testing
In contrast to other clinics, at Dallas IVF, the infertility review starts with an extensive interview by one of our knowledgeable physicians. Contrary to other strategies where generally the very first appointment is completed by a nurse or nurse practitioner, at Dallas IVF, all interviews are conducted by our doctors: Dara L. Havemann, M.D.; Brian D. Barnett, M.D. or Lowell T. Ku, M.D. and they generally last about one-hour. During this consultation, the doctor addresses the couples’ medical history along with any previous genetic testing and prenatal testing and treatments. Also, the doctor will determine if any other testing, other than what has already been completed, should be requested. Whatever you choose, don’t handle infertility all by yourself! Get in touch with Dallas IVF, right now, at (214) 297-0020 to learn we can help you with your genetic diagnosis and testing in order to start a family!