Generally, parents only realize they are carriers of serious genetic disorders after an affected child is born. Genetic disorders can't
be cured, but they can be prevented.
What does being a carrier of a genetic mutation mean?
Each gene has two copies, one inherited from the father and the other from the mother. Being a carrier of a mutation means that the person has a change in one of the copies of a particular gene.
What disorders are included in the Compatibility Genetic Test?
According to data from the World Health Organization (WHO), the global prevalence of these illnesses is 10 in 1000 newborn infants.The test covers a wide range of mutations that result in serious genetic illnesses. It includes screening of all the mutations recommended by professional gynecology and genetic associations.