There are many leading fertility specialists are seriously questioning the usefulness of PGS and what you need to know about it so that you can make a better choice for yourself.

How is PGS done?

PGS is a procedure designed to examine your embryos for chromosomal abnormalities. An embryo biopsy (a small piece of an embryo, usually just a few cells) is taken at the blastocyst stage at day five, and all chromosomes are examined.

Sounds perfect, right? I mean,who would not want to make sure that only healthy embryos are transferred?

But this is where Mother Nature comes into play and tells us we still have a lot to learn.

The thing is, embryos appear to be MUCH more robust and smart than we give them credit for. From the first cell on, embryos seem to have an amazing ability to self-correct – something we just started to understand in recent years. Please read the entire article here: Is PGS worth it? Probably not, and here is why: