ENDOMETRIAL RECEPTIVITY A SUCCESS FACTOR IN EMBRYO TRANSFER
At the time of a vitrified or frozen embryo transfer, one or two embryos are transferred to the uterus as per the recommended IVF protocol prescribed by your fertility specialist. The internal lining of the uterus known as the endometrium, is composed of specific cells which will form the mucosa. These endometrial cells will change throughout a cycle to allow for successful implantation. An endometrium ready to receive transferred embryos is defined as “receptive” and this occurs only for a few days throughout a given cycle. A pregnancy cannot occur without this crucial process. It has been recognized that one third of implantation failures in in-vitro fertilization (IVF) are due to reduced endometrial receptivity. adhesio helps determine the days within a cycle in which your endometrium is most receptive.
adhesio is recommended for all patients undergoing a vitrified or frozen embryo transfer as part of an IVF treatment and wishing to increase the clinical success rate of the given treatment.