The woman’s uterus could be the cause of implantation failure and repeated miscarriages
When treating uterine problems, the diagnosis process requires an extensive study of the uterus. Due to its morphology and how it changes at different points in the menstrual cycle, the uterus can conceal defects, depending on the moment in the cycle that the examination is carried out.
In the initial proliferative phase (post-menstruation) we can evaluate the existence of sub-endometrial pathologies, while in the later proliferative phase (pre-ovulation) we explore the endometrial morphology. The luteal phase (post-ovulation) is the best moment to evaluate adenomyosis in the myometrium.
Measurement of vasularisation and endometrial thickness
Functional evaluation techniques
Optimal selection of the transfer