Endometrial Receptivity Analysis (ERA) determines best time for embryo transfer
18 May, 2017
In an IVF treatment, the focus is often on the quality of the embryos, looking for those which are more likely to lead to a successful pregnancy after transferring them to the uterus. But in this process, the function of the endometrium, the lining of the uterus which houses the embryo allowing for its implantation, is equally important.
IGENOMIX’s ERA test assesses the activity of genes of the womb lining to pinpoint a woman’s optimum time for treatment. It is personalized timing that’s unique and specific for each woman.
“I was very prepared for it not work, but I was thrilled and shocked that it did” said Christina Michaud, a patient at the Texas Fertility Center who is now pregnant with her second child thanks to the ERA test.
Find more information about our ERA test (Endometrial Receptivity Analysis) here