£350 procedure known as an endometrial scratch does not help embryos implant, according to large-scale study

A procedure thought to boost chance of a successful pregnancy for women undergoing IVF has been dealt a blow by research that reveals it does not improve the chances of having a live birth.

An endometrial scratch involves grazing the tissue lining the womb, as occurs when taking a tissue biopsy, in a process that takes about a minute and is similar to a smear test – but more painful and invasive.

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