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Endometrial Lining Thickness At Ovulation
Endometrial lining was 1mm 7 days post ovulation- periods are very light, 2 miscarriages, HSG shows abnormal uterine shape- could this be asherman's?
Yes, Asherman's: Asherman's syndrome is adhesions of the uterus. The adhesions form usually after a procedure like a D&C for miscarriage. Adhesions are areas where there is no normal endometrial tissue cover that will grow to allow for pregnancy implantation or periods. Treating this can be difficult and take time to heal. I recommend you seek care with a reproductive endocrinologist. ...Read more
Pcos+no ovulation-6 months+long cycles. Took 10mg/7 day dose of provera+cd3 u/s showed 8mm lining. Enometrial biopsy monday. What results to expect?
Probably normal: Endometrial biopsy is performed to rule out endometrial hyperplasia (possible precursor to endometrial ca) or endometrial ca, which is increased in women with chronic anovulatory cycles (pcos). It usually takes more than a few years for such endometrial pathology to develop, and use of hormonal contraceptives or regular withdrawal bleeds with Progesterone decrease this risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm cd12 today a utrasound showed 10mm uterus thickness I usually ovulate cd15/16 will my lining be to thick when I ovulate. ?
Variable: Typically, endometrial thickness on ultrasound measures 10-18mm at the midcycle. ...Read more
What did you doc: Say? Cause obviously you had the ultrasound and you doc should have discussed the results with you , that is the standard of care in the us, in the us anything over 10 mm is considered too thick. ...Read more
Follicular scan in morning day 17 of cycle - not ovulated lining 10.8, scan same time on day 19 - ovulated lining 14. What day did i ovulate?
What would be the typical thickness of the endometrial lining around day 10 of a woman's normal cycle?
0.8 cm: But it varies, for evaluation purposes it's more important to know the structure of the lining by looking at it under a microscope. ...Read more
I am on day 21 of my cycle and my endometrial thickness is 9.4mm. What is the implication of this as regards ovulation?
Unclear: For a women with regular menstrual cycles ovulation would normally occur around day 14. An endometrial thickness of 9.4mm after ovulation would be normal, and encouraging. A better idea about ovulation can be obtained from looking at the ovaries near the time ovulation is happening. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer