Hi, i'm 29 and have been diagnosed as having thin endometrial lining. i had my ultrasound on Day12 after my last menstrual, it was 4.7mm.
i've been trying to conceive for 2 years and my Dr. had put me on clomid 150mg together with some hormones drug which to stimulate the growth of my lining. It had growth from 5.7mm (Day 13) to 9mm (Day 15), but i still failed to preg.
My Dr. had informed me this thin endometrial lining was due to my repeating abortion (3 times) in past. (Im so so regret on what i did in past and feel extremely sorry to my husband who has always wanted a child desperately...)
Help!!! Will i get preg with my current condition? i feel so down!! Cant eat and sleep well and keep dwelling on this matter... really feel so bad!!!!!!!!!!!! Help!!! Anyone with similar condition but get preg sucessfully?
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