Timing is key for successful embryo transfer
The CooperGenomics ERPeakSM Endometrial Receptivity Test is a genetic test that identifies the best day in your IVF cycle to transfer an embryo.
An embryo is more likely to implant into the uterus during a short time period called the window of implantation (WOI).
Although the timing of this window is predictable for most women, 30% of women, with a recurrent implantation failure (RIF), have a displaced WOI¹ (meaning it occurs slightly earlier or later than expected). This may explain why some embryos fail to implant, despite being of good quality.
Knowing your window of implantation and scheduling an embryo transfer (known as precision embryo transfer) may increase your chances of getting pregnant through IVF.