What is ERA?

Study a group of 238 genes to diagnose the receptivity status of the endometrium in the implantation period.

Who needs ERA?

Helps in modifying day of embryo transfer to improve success rate. This is done if two / three transfers of good quality embryos have not resulted in pregnancy. This tells us whether the uterus / womb has the normal receptivity / should we modify the day of transfer.

How is it done?

Procedure : The female partner is prepared like for a frozen embryo transfer and instead of transfer the endometrial biopsy/ sample is taken. It is done in out-patient, usually anesthesia is not needed.

Time taken for reporting : Takes 20 working days to get report. Helps many with recurrent failure to get pregnant and deliver healthy child. We believe in evidence based treatments, so the option of ERA is given to women who may benefit with this. Talk to our experts to arrive at an informed decision for further treatments.