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I have Ascherman’s Syndrome. Could I be a good candidate for IVF?

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Asherman’s Syndrome is the term used to describe the presence of scar tissues (adhesions) between opposing endometrial surfaces inside the womb cavity. The adhesions can be mild or severe, causing significant damage to the womb cavity. Scar tissues inside the womb may interfere with embryo implantation during IVF treatment and ICSI treatment as well as increasing the risk of miscarriage. Mini-IVF™ may be a good option for you, but a lot would depend on the severity of the syndrome and how extensive the scarring is. Please consider contacting us for a consultation.

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