The genetic compatibility test is a DNA analysis carried out from a blood sample of the couple with the objective of identifying monogenic diseases. The complete sequencing of different genes corresponding to different genetic diseases is performed. The results are available in about 25 days
When two people are carriers of a mutation in the same gene, there is 50% chance their children will be carriers of a genetic mutation, 25% chance they are not carriers and 25% chance they are born with the disease.
On the other hand, when one of the parents is a genetic mutation carrier and the other is not, the chances their child will not inherit the parent’s mutation are 50%, and the probability of not inheriting it is 50%.
A negative result indicates that the person is not a carrier of any of the mutations studied.