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Screening for monogenic diseases could reduce your child's risk.
Our monogenic panels screen for rare conditions that in aggregate affect around 4% of the US population. A subset of these screens.
Selecting your healthiest embryo could reduce your child's risk by 40%.




Random Chance

Embryo Selection


Absolute Risk

How does my family history of schizophrenia impact my child's risk?

Having family members that have been diagnosed with schizophrenia increases the chance your child will be affected. Tap once on family members who have been diagnosed and twice on family members who are unaffected.

How does the number of embryos impact my child's risk?

The more embryos you choose from, the lower your child's risk — with diminishing returns past the first few. Enter the number of chromosomally normal (euploid) embryos you will be selecting from to see how it affects the risk chart above. If you haven't begun your IVF cycle, you won't know this number yet, but you can still estimate (women in their late twenties average 4-5 euploid embryos).


Frequently Asked Questions

What is Orchid and how does it work?

What is the difference between monogenic and polygenic diseases?

What genetic testing is available before and during pregnancy?

Can I reduce the risk of multiple diseases at once?

What is the IVF process and where does embryo screening fit in?

How should I pick a fertility clinic?

How do you estimate the risk reduction for {disease}?

How does my family history of a rare monogenic condition impact my child's risk?

How common are the monogenic diseases you screen for?

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