Why use EMMA – Endometrial Microbiome Metagenomic Analysis?
- EMMA will determine whether the uterine microbial environment is or is not optimal for embryo implantation.
- EMMA determines the percentage of healthy bacteria (Lactobacillus) in your endometrium. If the percentage is low, the report suggests the appropriate probiotic or antibiotic treatment for each patient.
- This test also reports the most abundant bacteria detected in the endometrial sample. This informs the ALICE part of the test, indicating the possible presence of bacterial pathogens that can cause chronic endometritis or other infections.
- Microbiology counselling is available for doctors.
- In case of pathogens have been detected, following the recommended treatment, a second EMMA test is included free of charge to confirm that the endometrium has been returned to a healthy, optimal state.