The research, led by British scientists, has also shown for the first time that the technique increased the number of babies born as a result.
Gently scratching the lining of the womb in the month before IVF treatment was shown to increase in the clinical pregnancy rate of women undergoing IVF to 49 per cent, compared with the current average of 29 per cent.
Continue reading Scientists find simple ‘scratch’ technique improves IVF treatment success, by Laura Donnelly, Health Correspondent
The Telegraph, 6 Oct 2013
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