Hello! Sounds like just switching from clomid to femara can help! clomid is known to thin the lining.. it depends when in your cycle you had those measurements.. also sometimes your utuerus can contract from the ultrasound and cause your lining to appear thinner than it is.....I know that sometimes people go on estrogen patches ( i think its to help the lining, but not 100%) but your dr has to measure your estrogen to check that first.. also progesterone in the 2ww helps as well! I imagine just switching to femara should do the trick in itself though! GOOD LUCK!
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