Pregnancy Loss Analysis

When the cause of pregnancy loss is unknown, it can be all the more painful.

Hertility offers genetic testing that can help you understand why you are experiencing recurrent pregnancy loss, to give you the answers to deserve.

£549

Regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC)

What is a Pregnancy Loss Analysis?

What is a Pregnancy Loss Analysis?

Our pregnancy loss test is an advanced analysis of fetal tissue that determines if the pregnancy loss was caused by a chromosomal abnormality.

24 chromosomes are screened to identify the reason for the miscarriage.

1 in 4 women have experienced a pregnancy loss.

In a healthy pregnancy, there should be 23 pairs of chromosomes present.

50% of pregnancy losses are explained by chromosomal abnormalities.

More than 6 out of 10 women who have a recurrent miscarriage go on to have a successful pregnancy.

How does it work?

1. Submit your request

You’ll receive more details and instructions by email.

2. Get your kit delivered to your home

Receive your kit and follow the instructions to collect your sample.

3. Analysis in our Lab

Send your sample to our fully accredited lab for our experts to analyse.

4. Online Results

Our certified doctors will review your results and provide a personalised report in your online dashboard, in a language that’s easy to understand.

5. Get Expert Care

If needed, we can also bridge the gap to in-person care with referrals to our hand-selected network of experts.

Why should I do a pregnancy analysis test?

Why should I do a pregnancy analysis test?

Let us know if you’re interested in this test, we’ll add you to our waiting list, and notify you when it becomes available.

FAQs

A miscarriage is the loss of a pregnancy during the first 24 weeks. Sadly, miscarriages are a common complication, with most miscarriages happening in the first 3 months of pregnancy (first trimester) .

If you think you may be having a miscarriage, you’ll be offered some tests to confirm what’s happening. If a miscarriage is confirmed then we recommend preserving the tissue so that a pregnancy loss analysis test can be carried out.

The most common symptom of miscarriage is vaginal bleeding, but there are other symptoms to be aware of. These include; abdominal pain or cramping, discharge or fluid from your vagina, discharge of tissue from your vagina or the absence of pregnancy symptoms (such as no longer experiencing feeling sick or tender breasts).

Couples that have suffered a pregnancy loss.

Couples that have experienced recurrent pregnancy losses.

Couples that have undergone fertility treatment and experienced pregnancy loss, as analysis may provide useful information for future treatment.

Couples that experience a pregnancy loss when the male partner is known to have severe male factor infertility.

A pregnancy loss analysis test can be done within 3 days of experiencing a miscarriage as long as the products of conception have been preserved.

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