MIRATM helps to identify your best time
for embryo transfer more reliably.
What Is Endometrial Receptivity?
One of the key factors that impact the success rate of IVF treatment is implantation, which is a complex process involving the quality of embryos, the thickness of uterine lining and the receptivity of endometrium. In order for a healthy embryo to attach successfully, the endometrium must be receptive.
Around day 19 and day 21 of a cycle, cells from the uterus lining undergo specific changes to facilitate embryo attachment. This period of receptivity is very brief (about one to two days) and every woman has a different window of implantation. Outside this window, the embryo is unable to attach to the uterus.
You can increase your chances of pregnancy by transferring your embryos during your window of implantation.