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1324051 tn?1275414812

Normal endometrial stripe for pre menopausal woman?

Hi there,

I had an ultrasound last month because of pelvic discomfort. They found some supposed follicular cysts and a small amount of fluid that might be from a ruptured cyst. I got a copy of my report and it says that my endo stripe thickness is 5.39 mm. I can't find any information anywhere about the normal thickness for a woman in her reproductive age. I am 32. Does anyone know if 5.39 mm is normal?

Thank you.
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1 - 15 mm is considered normal. It actually varies in thickness with your cycle so thickness depends on when it's measured. 5.39 mm is definitely normal though.
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1324051 tn?1275414812
Thank you so much!!
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