The level of mental tension and distress that a couple experiences during IVF therapy is unfathomable. No pair needs to face the difficulty of a RIF (repeated implantation failure). Couples dealing with implantation failure now have new hope thanks to modern technology ERA.
What exactly is the ERA?
The word ERA stands for Endometrial Receptivity Array or Endometrial Receptivity Analysis in the area of fertility care. It’s a genetic examination that involves taking a small sample of a woman’s endometrial tissue to see whether her endometrial lining is sufficiently formed enough to accommodate an implanting embryo.
How is the ERA Test in Greater Noida Conducted?
Let’s take a look at how the ERA test works before we talk about how it’s done. When endometrial cells are receptive, their genetic material takes on a distinct appearance. To define a sample as receptive or unreceptive, a sophisticated computing algorithm is used.
During the implantation window, a sample of the endometrial lining is obtained for the ERA examination. Via the cervix, a small catheter is placed. To remove a sample of tissue from the lining, suction is used. Following that, the sample is sent to be analyzed using Next Generation Sequencing technology. If the tissue is not receptive, the procedure must be repeated before the perfect implantation is achieved.
ERA analyzes the expression of 236 genes per study to identify the best time frame for implanting an embryo into a woman’s uterus using cutting-edge experimental technology. This helps women undergoing infertility procedures get successful egg implantation and, as a result, a successful pregnancy.
If you have any queries about the ERA test Consult the Best Gynecologist in Greater Noida, Dr. Sonali Gupta.