Endometrial Receptivity Analysis
The ERA (Endometrial Receptivity Analysis) is a genetic test that evaluates the expression of genes to evaluate whether the endometrial lining is properly developed to accept an embryo. ... The tissue is obtained from an endometrial tissue sample collected from the uterus through a procedure called an endometrial biopsy.
What is the endometrium?
The interior of the uterus is lined with a tissue called endometrium, which is prepared each month for the arrival of an embryo and it’s the nest where the embryo implants and resides during gestation. Even the best embryo will fail to implant if conditions aren’t right.
What is Endometrial receptivity?
The endometrium is receptive when it is ready for embryo implantation to occur. This period of receptivity is called the window of implantation.
Each woman has a unique window, between days 19 and 21 of their cycles. Knowing your personal window of implantation, you can optimize your chances of pregnancy by doing a personalized embryo transfer.
What does the window of implantation change mean?
Sometimes endometrium can be Pre or Post receptivity, Endometrium can be ready earlier ( PRE) or in the later phase (post) such changes in the window of implantation occurs in 3 out of 10 patients.
What is the ERA test?
- ERA evaluates endometrial receptivity, the optimal time for embryo transfer that is specific for each woman.
- This is especially important for patients who have had several unsuccessful attempts to transfer good embryos. That’s why among these patients to take the ERA test, it increases pregnancy chances of up to 73%.
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