My Mr. and me have decided to start trying for a baby soon but when I had an ultrasound 7 days before I got my period my endometrial thickness was 1mm.
This wasn't mentioned to me at all until I got some correspondence from the hospital, where it had been recorded. I'm not really sure what to do next. Any advice would be brilliant!
External would not give you an accurate reading. You need to have an internal u/s for accuracy.
You cannot judge what your true lining thickness is by this report. But, yes, if your measurment is only 1mm, you would have much trouble conceiving.. but AGAIN... YOU CANNOT RELY ON THIS TEST FOR AN ACCURATE READING!!!!! Please contact your doctor, and get a transvaginal u/s scheduled for your next cycle around ovulation... that will give you a true idea of the thickeness.
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