contact us

Hi! Please leave us your message or call us at 01.800.123.456

Thank you! Your submission has been received!

Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form


What Exactly is "Womb Scratching"?

October 10, 2017
Katie Visco

Laurence A. Jacobs, M.D. of Fertility Centers of Illinois introduces a technique that she's used in her practice to help women with a common issue. 

When IVF or IUI fails due to the endometrium not being receptive for embryo implantation, she turns to endometrial scratching, also known as womb scratching. This is a biopsy of the endometrium, the lining of the womb, which can cause inflammation that is receptive to the implantation of the embryo. Jacobs discusses this fertility treatment and her success with endometrial scratching throughout the years, especially with patients who've struggled with IVF.


Also worth a read
Female Fertility

New Drug Found to Improve Fertility in Women with Reproductive Health Issues

A new drug therapy has been found and studied to show promising results in treating women with reproductive health issues...

Details about a new drug therapy that has shown promise in treating women with reproductive health issues.

read more

Here is How to Take Care of Your Mental Health During Pregnancy

There are tons of resources available to promote physical health for people during pregnancy, but less conversation about the mental side of staying in shape during pregnancy. Pregnancy is one of the biggest life changes a person can go through in their lifetime, and it is important to realize that and treat yourself with care, admiration, and love during it.

How to prioritize your mental health during pregnancy.

read more

Granger and Amber Smith Are Expecting After Family Tragedies

Country singer Granger Smith, and actress Amber Smith are currently expecting a baby. This exciting news for the couple and their family is all the more meaningful when considering their family history...

Catching up on Granger and Amber Smith and their family!

read more
easy finder