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Results of the EMMA test

Results of the EMMA test

The results of the EMMA test include:

  • The percentage of the 10 most represented bacteria detected in the endometrial sample
  • The percentage of Lactobacillus (good bacteria)
  • The percentage of dysbiotic and pathogenic bacteria

Depending on the endometrial microbial profile obtained, the EMMA test will indicate whether or not this bacterial environment is optimal for pregnancy to occur.

If an abnormal microbial profile is obtained (low percentage of Lactobacilli and/or presence of dysbiotic and pathogenic bacteria), the result report will also include some recommendations for treatment with antibiotics and/or probiotics.

By MD (gynecologist), BSc, MSc (embryologist) and (invitra staff).
Last Update: 03/10/2020
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