DOES ENDOMETRIAL INJURY IMPROVE THE OUTCOMES IN PATIENTS WITH RECURRENT IMPLANTATION FAILURE?
Recurrent implantation failure refers to a failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after transfer of at
least four good-quality embryos in a minimum of three fresh or frozen cycles in a woman under the
age of 40 years. We present this retrospective study, in which we proposed local endometrial injury
for the management of the uterine factors in the case of 30 couples with recurrent implantation
failure. Our conclusion was that local endometrial injury improved the clinical pregnancy rate for
these couples, especially when the study population met specific criteria.