Advanced testing is recommended for those experiencing either unexplained infertility, failed implantation, recurrent miscarriage or menopausal symptoms. There are a number of different options, ensuring we leave no stone unturned in the pursuit of helping you achieve a live birth.
Sometimes the route to pregnancy isn’t as straightforward, and your consultant may recommend further tests to explore other reasons you are unable to conceive, are having failed implantation or recurrent miscarriages, before we proceed with IVF or embryo transfer. Read on to find out more about your options.
Variations of the endometrium are one of the leading causes of infertility in women. EndomeTRIO is a complete endometrial biopsy analysis that includes ERA (Endometrial Receptivity Analysis), EMMA (Endometrial Microbiome Metagenomic Analysis) and ALICE tests (Endometrial Receptivity Analysis).
Natural killer cells are regulated by the immune system. In women who have autoimmune issues, the NK cells can react abnormally to an implanting embryo, treating it as an invading cell and signalling for the body to attack it, leading to failed implantation or recurrent miscarriage.
Whatever your age, whatever your circumstances, caring for your gynaecological health is vital. With a focus on preventative screening and early diagnosis, we have a proactive approach to your gynaecological health. Our expert team will design a personalised care plan, tailored to your needs, and guide you with care, sensitivity and honesty.
A tubal patency (or HyCoSy) test is an ultrasound scan in which contrast is used to show the flow of fluid through the fallopian tubes.
Sperm DNA can be damaged during the sperm production stage, breaking the DNA into smaller fragments and meaning men with high levels of sperm DNA damage are a) less likely to get their partner pregnant and b) have increased risk of miscarriage.