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How long should I wait after a uterine curettage to try to get pregnant by IVF?

By Dr. José María Sánchez Jordán (gynecologist).
Last Update: 12/23/2021

After a uterine curettage, whether obstetric or gynecological, we recommend allowing one or two menstrual cycles to pass (depending on each patient) to check the endometrial integrity and return to perform a new embryo transfer.

Uterine curettage is a surgical procedure that consists of scraping the walls of the interior of the uterus in order to remove the mucous layer of the uterus: the endometrium. The IVF cycle can be performed by coordinating a fresh transfer or it can be done previously and the cryotransfer with optimal endometrium can be performed 4/6 weeks after curettage.

Dr. José María  Sánchez Jordán
Dr. José María Sánchez Jordán
MD
Gynecologist
Dr. José María Sánchez has a degree in Medicine and Surgery from the Faculty of Medicine of Malaga and specialized in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Member number: 511104002
Gynecologist. Dr. José María Sánchez has a degree in Medicine and Surgery from the Faculty of Medicine of Malaga and specialized in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Member number: 511104002.