A NEDC friend brought it up to me last night and I hadn't really thought about it. I'd heard of it, but never looked into it. Here's the study
It's supposed to significantly improve chances of attaining pregnancy through IVF or embryo transfer.
Well... that's good! Right? But every transfer we've ever had we acheived pregnancy. First transfer from IVF fresh cycle (only two embryos were made, both transferred) twin pregnancy! Lost twin A at 8 weeks, twin B at 10 weeks. We tried IVF again but my body doesn't respond well to the meds and we only got two eggs and neither fertalized.
Then we turned to embryo adoption (EA). First attempt 11/2012 we transferred 2 embies and we had our beautiful Daughter!
2nd attempt 03/2015, transferred 2 and had a chemical pregnancy. Dr K told me that it was probably a genetic condition with the embryos (even though they both looked great) and nothing to do with me or my body.
We're going back next month. I just, for all intents and purposes, "heard" of endo scratch. Should we do it? It's relatively cheap. I do have a lot of pain anytime anything along those lines is done to me... the mock transfers hurt me and they don't hurt normal women. (not that I'm not normal, just unique ;)
So I don't know what to do. I'm leaning toward not doing it. Mat is definitely on the "no" side, but he's open to it and leaving it up to me to research. I've emailed and asked Lynda, but I haven't heard back yet.
Anyone have experience with endo scratches?