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    Default Endometrial receptivity array - has anyone used in Australia

    Hi all with possible implantation issues has anyone used endometrial receptivity array to determine best time for a transfer?

    Can we get this done in Australia?

    If you've had done what change did you make? It seems adding progesterone support for several days prior to transfer is what is offered as a solution in most cases.

    I'd love to know more. Thanks

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    Hi - don't have any info but I'm considering getting tested for this, will be asking my doctor about it in a few days when I see her next.

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    I had this done a little over a year ago through Dr NL in Melbourne. He took a couple of biopsies and sent them off to Spain. Mine came back as receptive on day 5 and so no changes were made. I was disappointed with the outcome as I was hoping we may have found the missing piece of the puzzle. Any other questions, just let me know.

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    Hi Shanny,

    Hmm. Did NL say he had any success with it? I am moving from my current Dr to him soon (well as soon as I can get in to see him). Also do you mind sharing approx how much it costs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllePea View Post
    Hi Shanny,

    Hmm. Did NL say he had any success with it? I am moving from my current Dr to him soon (well as soon as I can get in to see him). Also do you mind sharing approx how much it costs?
    He did give me some stats that I think was something like 25% of patients with repeated implantation failure had a misplaced window of implantation. It was really new to him when I did it so he couldn't give me much info on how his patients went with it. I can't remember the price exactly but I think it may have been 1200 euros to have two biopsies tested (day 5 and day 7). I am no longer with NL but while I was a patient of his we did do lots of testing for different things which is good. Best of luck with it and I hope you get some answers.

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    I'm bringing this thread back to life - has anyone else had this testing done?

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    Hi Phia

    The company I have seen used is Igenomix (Spain). Cost is $750 EUR. At the time I was seeing Julie Lindstrom at CFC in Brisbane and she reached out to them for us. We decided not to spend the money in the end and didn't go ahead. Their website has a fair bit of info otherwise message me and I can send you the info I received. It is a bit complicated as I have adenomyosis but the key is that you need to replicate a cycle that you would run for your transfer and instead of a transfer you do the test. It has to stimulate the same conditions that you would have with a transfer. For someone with adenomyosis that would mean we would have to go through the full down reg with Zoladex (3mths) and then stim just for the test. Hope this helps.

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    I talked to my FS about this and she's said it's tricky. One test may say Day 5 then the next test day 6. So she said it was inconclusive.

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    @Bennie and @augieandaddie wow- yep I can imagine what a impost this would be if you had to simulate a full down reg. thank you so much - I wasn't sure what it was. I've had implantation failure with PGD and DE embryos and feel at a loss - really appreciate the info!

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    Me too @Phia, I'm willing to look at and try anything, my FS is such a realist. Headed into another egg collection this morning... the only thing I tested positivist for was ANA and she will only treat with aspirin. Seems to be a link with anti nuclear antibodies and implantation failure, was really hoping to be prescribed Clexane + Predinsolone as per my "research" but again she said there isn't scientists proof ... but seems to be a hot topic these days. Let me know how you go.


 

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