Who should use ERA test?
- Women who have experienced implantation failure with morphologically good quality embryos
- Women who have an atrophic endometrium (<6mm) have a higher risk of having a displaced WOI.
When should the biopsy be performed?
When is the second endometrial biopsy needed?
90 % of cases don’t need a second biopsy. The second biopsy is only required under two circumstances:
- Patients with a “Pre-receptive 2” result needing 2 more days with progesterone.
- Patients with a “Post-receptive” result.
- There is a risk (<5%) of a non-informative result when the biopsy procedure has failed to obtain a sufficient quantity and/or quality of tissue to be able to make a diagnosis. If this should occur a new biopsy will be required.
- Pregnancy is not guaranteed, even with a receptive result. Poor embryo quality, genetic abnormalities, or previous pathologies can also reduce the likelihood of becoming pregnant.
- ERA® does not test for any other endometrial pathology and does not asses or provide a prediction for the health of a subsequent pregnancy.