Implantation failure of endometrial origin: it is not pathology, but our failure to synchronize the developing embryo with a receptive endometrium

Implantation failure is due to an iatrogenic lack of synchronization between the developing embryo and the receptive endometrium.
Implantation failure of endometrial origin: it is not pathology, but our failure to synchronize the developing embryo with a receptive endometrium

Volume 108, Issue 1, Pages 15–18

Authors:

Cecilia T. Valdes, M.D., Amy Schutt, M.D., M.S., Carlos Simon, M.D., Ph.D.

Abstract:

Repeated implantation failure (RIF) is an intriguing, massive failure of reproductive treatment in otherwise healthy women leading to the introduction of empirical adjuvant interventions that are costly, inefficient, and frustrating for our patients. In this article, we will try to convince the readers that RIF is neither a stigma nor a mysterious pathology but rather our failure to diagnose and properly synchronize the euploid blastocyst with the patient's personalized window of implantation.


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