Endometrial Receptivity Array – ERA Test in IVF

Endometrial Receptivity Array (ERA test in IVF) is a diagnostic test to find out the optimal time for embryo transfer. This is important in cases where good quality embryos repeatedly fail to give a positive pregnancy test when transferred in a normal-looking endometrium. Performing ERA can guide the clinicians to transfer the embryos at an appropriate time when there are maximal chances of getting pregnant. The womb lays the bed for the arriving embryo. This bed is the endometrium where the embryo implants and besides during the pregnancy. The embryo is able to implant in a specific receptive period of time which is called the “window of implantation”. If this window of implantation is displaced, then there is no conception the results of ERA allow us to obtain an estimate of the implantation window for each patient so that personalized embryo transfer can be planned.

Who should go for Era Test in IVF

This test is recommended to couples who have been labelled as cases of previous recurrent implantation failures.

Endometrial Receptivity Array Procedure

Endometrial Receptivity Array is a simple procedure of sending the tissue sample endometrial biopsy from inside of the uterus in the lab where the sample is analyzed and report provided in 15 to 20 days time. Endometrial receptivity array procedure is not painful and does not need any anesthesia.

Why choose AIIM for ERA?

This test is recommended to the indicated cases of recurrent implantation failure. It is carried out at AIIM after explaining all the advantages and disadvantages of the test.