“After my failed transfer with our first donated embryo I felt lost and broken. My doctors believed that I would have no issues carrying a baby, my only infertility diagnosis was premature ovarian reserve, but I refused to give up or move on to my next transfer without more testing. The PA at my office suggested that I research ReceptivaDx, she said it was new but could give me some answers, so I did.
I read that many women may have endometriosis or high levels of BCL6 with no symptoms that could effect an embryo implanting. I immediately wanted this test, it was well worth the money to find out if there could be a reason that my embryo did not implant.
Fortunately and unfortunately my test came back indicating that I had both high levels of BCL6 and endometriosis. My doctor decided that a Laparoscopy would be best, let’s get inside and see what my reproductive organs look like. Turns out I had hydrosalpinx (swollen Fallopian tube) which needed to be removed and endometrium spots, which were also removed.
A few months later I had a 2nd transfer with our remaining donated embryo, and it worked! He is now a perfect, healthy 9 month old boy! Do yourself a favor, get this test! I had no symptoms, 1.5 years of infertility treatments and who knows if my journey would have been much shorter or a different outcome if I would have a had this test from the beginning!”