This weekend, Dr. Dries Budding presented the ReceptIVFity test to German IVF colleagues at the annual symposium of DGRM and AGRBM, two German organizations for reproduction sciences. Several international speakers lectured about the latest developments and new possibilities within the field of human reproduction and fertility. The influence of the microbiome – in relation to the female reproduction organs – was one of the themes of the day.
Imagine, you are trying to have a baby, haven’t been succesful for quite some time, and decide to start IVF treatment. You are entering a stressful period of examinations, taking hormones and insecurity about a positive outcome. Having a better insight into your chances, isn’t that something everyone would like to have? Would you also be prepared to take an extra test? And we had more questions of that kind. We decided to simply ask.
What are your chances to get pregnant after IVF? The ReceptIVFity test gives you even better insight in your chances from now on. Until now the test’s outcome was a favourable or unfavourable result. The bacterial profiles are now further refined. The test results are now presented as follows: a high, medium or low score.