This test includes a complimentary call with our fertility expert, Dr Irfana Koita.
An endometrial biopsy helps detect the presence of bacteria (tissue culture, EMMA, ALICE) or abnormal cells (histology) and determine the implantation window (ERA). Endometrial immune profiling is a novel concept based on analysing the local immune reaction occurring in the endometrium at the time of implantation. If you’ve been experiencing heavy or irregular bleeding, infertility, or unsuccessful IVF, an Endometrial biopsy may help you understand why.
If you have experienced unsuccessful IVF cycles despite good-quality embryos being transferred, an endometrial scratch may improve the chances of the embryo implanting.
These tests require an endometrial sample and must be conducted at one of our London Clinics. Simply order through our site, select a convenient time, and we’ll book you in. You’ll receive your results in up to 14 working days through our secure patient portal.
Your test results will be reviewed by our in-house fertility expert Dr Irfana Koita, who’ll discuss your results and explore treatment options if need be.
Feel free to use our services or contact us, even if you’re undergoing treatment at another private or NHS Clinic.
An endometrial scratch or endometrial biopsy involves passing a catheter via the neck of the womb to obtain a sample of the cells that line the womb (the endometrium) under ultrasound guidance. The cells are sent to the laboratory for analysis as per indication.
Those having fertility treatment should have an assessment of the cells that line the uterine cavity prior to starting fertility treatment.
The endometrial scratch is likely to be helpful in those with a history of unsuccessful IVF cycles in spite of good quality embryos being transferred, as it may improve implantation potential.
However, the endometrial scratch and immune profiling remain controversial and should only be performed after a discussion with an immunologist or a fertility specialist. Click here to read the HFEA report on treatment add ons.
- Order online
- Receive confirmation by email
- Attend the appointment
- Receive results
The Doctors Laboratory, UK's leading laboratory service will analyse the histology, tissue culture and immune profiling samples. The ERA, ALICE and EMMA tests are analysed by Igenomix.
Up to 14 working days.
Via an email link to our secure patient portal.
Yes, you can book a complimentary call with our fertility consultant Dr Irfana Koita.
IVF Matters is the 1st fertility service in the UK to offer interest-free payment plans for diagnostic tests. We offer 2 payment plans - Splitit and LayBuy.
Splitit enables you to pay with an existing VISA or MasterCard credit card by splitting the cost into interest and fee-free monthly payments, without additional registrations or applications. To be eligible, you must have the entire amount of your purchase available on your card. At the time of purchase, you will only be charged for the first payment. The remaining balance will be held on the credit card until the final payment is made.
LayBuy lets you spread the total cost over 6 weekly automatic payments. The first payment equal to one-sixth of the purchase price occurs once your order is completed. The remaining 5 payments are processed each week on the day of the original purchase. You will be required to log in to or set up a Laybuy account to use this payment facility. Selecting Laybuy at checkout will provide you an opportunity to register for an account.
How do I opt for this service?
Add your required product or service to the cart and proceed to checkout as normal. You can select either option as your payment method at checkout.
When will I receive my purchase?
Your order will be processed as if you had paid in full directly.
What if I have a problem with payments?
Paying with Splitit is always 0% interest and there are never any late fees. Other charges may apply from your credit card issuer. Laybuy will charge Late Payment Fees, so please do ensure you have adequate funds in your account for the duration of your payment schedule.
Who do I contact if I have a question?
Please contact the providers directly
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