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    Default Scratch Vs D&C - increasing IVF success rates

    apologies if there is a thread already about this, but does anyone know anything about the difference in conception success rates after an endo scratch vs a D&C?
    I've had a scratch before and will do it again next FET, but would consider a D&C if the success rates are much higher

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    I got an infection after mine and was on a horrendous amount of anti biotics. Bfn after 2 blasty transferred. I won't be doing it again.

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    @lilypily - did you get the scratch or D&C?

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    Sorry critical info there, DnC

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    Sorry can't help with the success rate stats but there is a sticky thread about D&C and the risk of Asherman's syndrome. Probably worth a read if you are thinking about going down this route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettie View Post
    apologies if there is a thread already about this, but does anyone know anything about the difference in conception success rates after an endo scratch vs a D&C?
    I've had a scratch before and will do it again next FET, but would consider a D&C if the success rates are much higher
    I just had a d&c amd now waiting to do my last emb transfer, I hear mixes things but left it in the hands of my specialist, we always have to remember that most of us are on here because of the not so successful experience we r having, I'm hoping my big clean out is what I need as my first and only transfer implanted but was a chem preg x


 

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