My husband and I have been trying to have a baby for three years now. During that time Ive undergone two surgeries. The first for an abnormally large paratubal cyst and the second for a cyst on the inner side of my overies. During the last surgery he also did an exploritory where he found I have no lining in my uterus. I was told that that was the cause of my infertility but I was left with no answers on how to fix this problem. I also have low estrogen levels. Is there any hope for me, and if so what are my options
When I did my FET they built up my lining with delestrogen. Viagra can also be used to thicken the lining. Try this site and scroll done to endometrium thickness section. http://www.haveababy.com/infertility/index_infert.cfm?&city=local&page=ivffailgqe#receptivityof
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