Doctors and patients testify
After 3 years of assisted reproductive technology (ART) without ever achieving any pregnancy, I was fortunately able to benefit from a MatriceLab test prescribed by my ART center. As soon as the MatriceLab protocol was followed: I became pregnant!
2 years later, I returned to ART hoping to have a second child. Failures of implantation returned. New MatriceLab test and new protocol because the results were no longer the same as 3 years earlier. And immediately: new pregnancy. For me, there is no doubt: without these 2 tests, I would still be in ART treatment for years, or I would have given up the idea of carrying a child.
After several failed embryo transfers, the ART team that was following us proposed the MatriceLab test. Following their recommendations, the following transfer succeeded and our boy was born a few months later!
It is sometimes difficult to accept the delay that the test involves before a next transfer, but it is appreciable to have a protocol adapted to our profile for this sensitive step and this glimmer of hope is worth it! I have already advised several friends to discuss this with their gynecologist.
After 3 miscarriages, 2 curettages, an operation on the fallopian tubes and the uterus, a failed in vitro fertilization (IVF), dozens of assessments, tests, examinations, years of waiting, hope and disappointment, the MatriceLab test was for me the turning point in my ART treatment.
Highlighting a local immune overactivation during implantation phases, a treatment was recommended to me. The next pregnancy, while taking the treatment, went to term and we finally, after 5 years of struggle, had the immense joy of being parents. We had a second child without any problems by following the same treatment. This test has surely and simply changed our lives.
After 4 IVFs, numerous unsuccessful embryo transfers, and without any apparent reasons for the implantation failures, the gynecologist following my case suggested I take the MatriceLab test to investigate further. He explained that implantation failures and their causes were still relatively unexplored and poorly understood.
He talked to me about the works of Dr. Lédée, indicating that it was still in the testing phase, but had yielded good results with patients he knew. In a last-ditch effort, he suggested taking the test, as we had no other options left.
I was very well taken care of by the MatriceLab team, who explained the analysis protocol and referred me to a specialist in my area for the biopsy. At first, I thought it was just one test and that we would get a diagnosis and a solution right away, but I soon realized that it was a personalized and iterative process, exploratory until we found the solution.
For me, following the results of the first test, which showed a significant imbalance in several factors, it was necessary to repeat the test several times under different therapeutic protocols to find the optimal response that would normalize the terrain and relaunch the process. It took a few months, but the goal was clear, and I knew that the next IVF would be fully optimized. Once the right protocol was found, I underwent a 5th retrieval and had two embryo transfers, and the second one resulted in the birth of our daughter! It was totally unexpected, and this very precise approach allowed us to have a child, where before we were completely in the dark about the repeated failures of embryo transfer.
Today we have decided to have a second child, so I retook the test to see if the imbalance still existed and whether the same or a different protocol was needed, and everything came back to normal, allowing me to have a regular embryo transfer without a special protocol.