The endometrium is the tissue that lines the inside of the uterus and this is where the embryo implants during its development in pregnancy.
Many In Vitro Fertilization cycles are not successful because embryo implantation does not occur. The receptivity of the endometrium is fundamental for this implantation to take place.
Every month, the endometrium is renewed, starting to form after menstruation.
To find out more about the endometrium of patients we can use the EndomeTRIO test.
This test is a complete analysis of endometrial health that includes the following tests:
- The ERA test
- Endometrial Receptivity Analysis. Analyzes endometrial receptivity. This study allows us to locate the implantation window, the moment when the endometrium is receptive. The pregnancy rate of the ERA test in patients with implantation failure is 73%.
- The EMMA test
- Endometrial Microbiome Metagenomic Analysis, Analyzes endometrial microbiota to increase reproductive success. Reports endometrial bacteria related to higher pregnancy rates. The bacterial composition is key to the correct implantation and subsequent development of pregnancy.
This complete study of the endometrial microbiota provides information on the most appropriate probiotic and antibiotic treatment in the event that it is necessary to restore the microbiota and make it optimal. An adequate microbiota improves the reproductive prognosis. More pregnancies and more births will be achieved.
- The ALICE test
- Analysis of Infectious Chronic Endometritis. Detects the bacteria that cause chronic endometritis. This endometritis affects up to 30% of infertile patients and causes implantation failures and repeated miscarriages. There are pathogenic bacteria that cause infections that lead to implantation failure and repeated miscarriages.
Numerous studies show the importance of a good endometrium as one of the fundamental keys to assisted reproduction treatment, as it is known that 20% of infertility is due to an endometrial factor.