Uterine infusion to stimulate stem cells doesn't work.

A new randomised controlled trial has shown that a drug used to stimulate stem cells in the endometrium (uterine lining) has no effect on the thickness of the lining or the chance of getting pregnant with IVF.
Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor, sold under the name Filgrastim, was injected as a solution into the uterine cavity. Compared to women who were injected with a saline solution there was no improvement in the thickness of the lining or the pregnancy rates.

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