In men, genetic factors can affect:
Sperm production and motility
Sperm transport (blockage/obstruction)
Congenital Bilateral Absence of Vas Deferens category includes genes that tests for the following conditions:
X-linked Congenital Bilateral Absence of Vas Deferens
Y- Chromosome Microdeletion (YCMD) category tests the AZF region of the Y chormosome.
This condition arises due to missing genes in the Y chromosome.
Includes genes that tests for the following conditions:
Persistent Mullerian Duct Syndrome
Congenital Adrenal Hypoplasia
Other sex chromosome abnormalities
Includes genes that tests for the following conditions:
Disorders of Sexual Differentiation
Syndromic Causes of Infertility
Mullerian Agenesis Defect
Inability to achieve a pregnancy after a year or more of attempting to conceive
Your genes have a story to tell. Any history of infertility issues in the family may be cause for concern
More often than not, low sperm count and poor sperm morphology may be caused due to underlying genetic conditions that impact fertility
Hormonal imbalances can indicate the presence of conditions that affect your ability to conceive. While the cause of these issues may not be detected easily, genetic testing can help rule out the possibility of genetic linkage to the condition
Proactive testing can help identify any potential red flags at an early stage and hence devise a customised path to pregnancy
Molecular confirmation of a clinical diagnosis
Genital ambiguity (irregular development)
Identifying the genetic root cause of infertility issues
Assessment of reproductive risks for couples planning to conceive
Insights on possible treatment options based on the condition
Genetic counselling and access to information on individualised clinical care
Guaranteed birth of a healthy child
Your chances of getting pregnant
A positive result means that a mutation was found, the likely cause of infertility.
In the planning stage, you can consider:
Artificial reproductive techniques such as IVF
Use of donor eggs or sperm
Alternate options such as adoption may be considered
A negative result indicates that no mutation or variation was found in the genes tested.
The advanced genomic tool will help your physician to:
Guide you more efficiently by breaking down possible areas of investigation and intervention to help you achieve desired outcomes
Address the challenge of not having answers and identify the WHY
Tailor the treatment protocol by looking at your genetic fertility profile
Create a customized path to pregnancy
Parenting is not just about having a baby but a healthy one.
Learn more about the genetic legacy you may pass on to your child with LifeCell’s GenesPass Carrier Screening panel.
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We want to empower you with the correct information and for that, we have designed SMART reports that are reliable and easy to understand. These reports are expert-verified, provide customised recommendations, and may also help you self-monitor your healthcare needs. Plus, you can share them with your doctor with just a few clicks!
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InferGenes, an at-home saliva collection test is a breakthrough genetic test to identify specific underlying causes of your fertility-related issues
Let your doctor know about your family history. They can recommend you to get in touch with a genetic counselor to evaluate your family history and provide options for further testing.
Genetic testing helps in finding out any changes/variations that have occurred in one’s DNA sequence. These changes are generally called mutations or variants which can be the possible root cause of disease or a disorder. In short, they play a vital role in screening and treatment of medical conditions.
InferGenes enables you to understand our genetic makeup and allows you to make individualized, actionable, and well-informed reproductive management decisions.
Yes. InferGenes test includes consultation with board certified genetic counselors to support post-test counseling.
After we receive your request for the test, our in-house expert will approve your order. Fill out our online health questionnaire to get your order confirmed. This step ensures the accuracy of the test results. Your InferGenes kit will be delivered to your doorstep to help you collect the sample from the comfort of home. You'll collect your sample and mail it back to us. Back at our lab, we'll analyze the sample within 21 days and notify you when your report is ready.
Your InferGenes test kit will include:
You need to collect the saliva sample for the InferGenes test, click here to watch the video or download our collection manual here and collect the sample from the comfort of your home.
After sample collection, pack the tube inside the biohazard bag. Place the biohazard bag in the placeholder and the signed Declaration form back in the envelope. Firmly paste the hologram sticker on the opening flap to ensure safe transit of your sample to our laboratory. Once pasted, do not reopen the box or peel off the sticker. You can keep the kit containing the sample at room temperature. Schedule at-home sample pick-up and you can arrange a same-day pick-up (Monday- Saturday) before 11:00 AM.
Book your sample pick up before 11 AM from Monday to Saturday. Sunday shipping is not operated by our logistics partner.
Yes, LifeCell provides you with the option of sample pick-up. You can arrange a same-day pick-up (Monday- Saturday) before 11:00 AM.
Ship your kit back to LifeCell in the event you no longer want the test. For further information, checkout our returns and refund policy.
Kits have a 24-month shelf life and can be used by the client during this period. That said, we recommend collecting your sample at the earliest and shipping it back to our laboratory for testing. Before sample collection make sure you store your kit in a cool, dry place away from sunlight. Post sample collection, you can store it at room temperature.
Samples should be shipped as soon as possible. Saliva samples should be stored at room temperature if sample pick up and shipping has been scheduled the same day.
LifeCell offers a comprehensive InferGenes female panel test that covers 26 definitive genes and the male panel covers 36 definitive clinically-relevant genes.
InferGenes test utilizes next-generation sequencing that reports results with >99% accuracy.
LifeCell has received accreditations from national & international organizations. We adhere to the highest standards of testing and calibration to ensure accurate & high-quality reporting.
You will receive your results in 21 days after the sample reaches the lab.
You will be notified via email once your sample is processed and a comprehensive report will be made available online.
A positive result means that a mutation was found, the likely cause of infertility. A negative result indicates that no mutation or variation was found in the genes tested.
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