Hello I have been trying to conceive almost a year. My question is I have undergone endometrium biopsy 3 months back in feb. In April we tried to conceive but then I got a normal period. Is there anychances of thickening of endometrium again? Or will I be able to conceive naturally?
A thin endometrium can cause failure of implantation and the chances of pregnancy are very rare in the presence of an endometrial thickness of less than 6-7 mm.It may be difficult to confirm anything without a complete evaluation. A clinical examination and work up is necessary for determining the cause of inability to conceive. Try having sex during ovulation to maximize the chances of conceiving. See an experienced gynecologist. I sincerely hope it helps.
Best wishes and regards!
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