GENICA's FERTILITY TEST® provides the best prophylaxis of associated with infertility genital infections .

In cases of infertility and recurrent miscarriages with unknown etiology, the FERTILITY TEST® allows for the detection of direct bacterial and viral activity, associated with the development of infections causing infertility.

The FERTILITY TEST® is an innovative non-invasive test created by GENICA. It provides a high-class diagnostic solution in line with global achievements in the field of reproductive problems. The FERTILITY TEST® will  help on the way to a successful pregnancy - natural or in vitro.

Non-Invasive Fertility Test


GENICA's diagnostic solutions for reproductive health contribute to the personalized and more accurate assessment of infertility causing infections .


Non-invasive assessment of the endometrium (uterine lining) to diagnose asymptomatic infections causing infertility or early and recurrent miscarriages. Detects microorganisms associated with the development of  infertility causing infections in sections of the upper genital tract. These sections are usually inaccessible by classical tests.

The FERTILITY TEST® assesses the functional layer of the endometrium, the direct bacterial and viral activity and the implantation perimeter of the future fetus. It is performed on a few drops of menstrual blood and establishes a new method for detecting asymptomatic infections on the upper genital tract that can cause infertility in females.


It diagnoses chronic, asymptomatic infections on the genitourinary tract. Detects infections causing male infertility. The test also identifies an infectious etiology of male origin for early and recurrent miscarriages. It is performed on a ejaculate sample and establishes a new method for detecting asymptomatic infections in the sperm that can cause infertility or early and recurrent miscarriages due to infection of the fetus by the father.

Life with Care for Future Generations

Approximately 50% of cases with problems related to fetus conception and abortion are associated with the presence of genital infections

FERTILITY TEST® outclasses conventional diagnostic tests for assessing reproductive failure with infectious etiology



Prevention and Control of Genital Infections
Timely prophylaxis NOW will prevent reproductive failures TOMORROW
Genital infections are very common

Genital infections are so common that almost every man and woman will become infected at some point in their lives. Genital infections are spread through intimate contact and are asymptomatic in 90% of cases.

Untreated genital infections can cause infertility

Untreated, sexually transmitted infections spread deep within the genital system. There they cause complications leading to infertility. In women, taking samples from the upper genital areas (uterine endometrium) usually requires an invasive approach (performing an endometrial biopsy). Thanks to its non-invasive nature, the FERTILITY TEST® allows for the diagnosis of genital viral and bacterial infections in the endometrium avoiding resorting to invasive interventions. A sample of secreted during menstruation tissue is representative for the whole endometrium.

Results of successful treatment

Successful treatment is associated with a higher success rate of assisted reproduction,  better chances of natural conception and successful pregnancy, lower risk of miscarriage, improved ejaculate parameters.

FERTILITY TEST® Recommendations

The integration of the FERTILITY TEST® is recommended in routine gynecological screening tests to ensure comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of the infection before serious side effects from undetected one occur. The FERTILITY TEST® is also the right choice for diagnosing endometritis and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), oligospermia, asthenospermia and teratospermia,  unexplained sterility.

Modern Laboratory Practices
Patient Care

The mission of The Reproductive Failures Diagnostics Department at GENICA is  to help people lead safer and healthier life by providing up-to-date information, medical research and scientific data that lead to preventing genital infections and further complications.

The specific objectives of the department are the promotion of sexual health and the primary prevention of sexually transmitted diseases.

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