I have had one successful fresh ICSI cycle in 2014 and one frozen cycle in 2015 which ended in an early miscarriage. I have 3 frozen embryos left so one last attempt on the NHS. Would an endometrial scratch be beneficial to increase chances of success or is there anything you would suggest? I have had a 2 miscarriages in total.
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Some studies have shown that scratching the endometrium may make it more receptive to embryos. However, the implantation of the embryo is only one of the factors involved in a successful cycle. Embryo quality is very important too. I would advise you to speak to your clinic and they will have more information about your medical history and embryo quality.