Role of endometrial scratching in women with infertility due to unknown cause in increasing pregnancy rate
Abid, Naamat Mahmoud
Gammo, Rania A.
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Endometrial injury is a simple invasive with low-cost procedure that may improve biochemical and molecular changes that increase pregnancy rate. One hundred patients suffered from unexplained infertility were collected blindly as outpatients from private clinic in Tripoli, Misurata and Surman. We divided them into two groups (50 women each). Endometrial scratching was done in preovulatory period after controlled ovarian stimulation by clomide citrate for one group then followed up for six months and compared with the control group to evaluate pregnancy rate. The study revealed that endometrial scratching increased pregnancy rate significantly without affection on abortion rate. The study concluded that endometrial scratching could be used in unexplained infertility before any complex interference.
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