Who are the right candidates for ERA tests?
Primarily the clients who benefit from an endometrial receptivity analysis (ERA) can be divided into two groups:
- If you have a history of repeated failure to implant irrespective of transferring embryos of high quality.
- If you have a normal uterus morphology and endometrial thickness which means they are most unlikely to be the issue.
How Does It Benefit In Fertility Treatments?
What are the steps of ERA?
Analysis of endometrial receptivity
- In the beginning, the doctor takes an endometrial biopsy report during your mock embryo transfer process. This is perhaps performed before your FET or IVF cycle.
- The sample helps to analyze and examine the endometrial receptivity and the better time for the embryo transfer.
- This sample was further sent to the laboratory to complete molecular analysis in determining the most suitable time to strive for embryo implantation in future IVF or FET cycles.
- Pr-receptive: The result shows that the endometrium is relatively not ready to attain the embryo. So, embryo transfer may not be favorable at this point.
- Receptive: This result reveals that the phase during which the doctor carried out the endometrial biopsy is the best time for embryo transfer for its implantation.
- Post-receptive: this result indicates the optimal stage of the endometrium to embryo implantation. However, the time has now passed.
After the completion of the tests, the endometrial receptivity will be transferred to the doctor. The doctor then makes the critical adjustment to personalize the IVF procedure and schedule the embryo transfer around the same when your endometrium becomes receptive. Thus, to be effectively-prepared to develop embryo implantation.