ERA
Endometrial Receptivity Analysis

The ERA test helps avoid implantation failure by establishing the best day for embryo transfer

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ERA

Endometrial receptivity is essential for successful implantation

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What is 
the endometrium?

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What is 
endometrial receptivity?

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What is 
the window of implantation?

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What is 
a displaced window of implantation?

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Overview

  • Using a small sample of endometrial tissue the ERA test establishes the best day for transferring the embryo.
  • The biopsy sample is easily and quickly taken by your gynaecologist during your appointment.
  • ERA will determine if the endometrium is receptive or not at the time of sampling, by analysing 248 genes involved in endometrial receptivity.
  • ERA testing can find your personalized window of implantation in case of displacement, and will allow a personalized embryo transfer (pET).
Who should use ERA test?

Who should use the ERA test?

The ERA test is recommended for:

  • Patients who have suffered recurrent implantation failure with high quality embryos.
  • 3 in every 10 patients have a displaced window of implantation.
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Benefits

Benefits

  • When performing the embryo transfer in a personalized way, the chances of getting pregnant are increased after the assisted reproduction treatment.
  • The ERA test resulted in a 73% pregnancy rate in patients with implantation failure.

*Ruiz-Alonso et al, Fertil Steril. 2013
Clemente-Ciscar et al, 2018, submitted

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Who should use ERA?

How it works

The ERA test requires a quick and easy endometrial biopsy

Patient stories

“Without the ERA testing, we would not have our beautiful daughter Abigail. She is the light of our lives – and we are having so much fun."

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