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Endometrial Thickness 6mm
Aborted after 5 weeks, took misotac 3 tablet daily for 5 days, TVUS now endometrial thickness 6mm? Is it ok?
I've pcos, I'd miscarige last month, b4 2 weeks did u/s endometrial thickness 6mm, yesterday 14mm could be early pregnancy or premenstruation?
I am 30 years old, unmarried, my ultrasound shows bulky size anteverted utrerus, with fundal fibroid 6.5 cm in diameter, endometrial thickness 6mm. 2?
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Is it possible for me to have non-malignant endometrial hyperplasia even if I have never been on hrt? My endometrial thickness is 6mm instead of 5mm.
Yes: Endometrial hyperplasia can occur without hrt.Get a more detailed answer ›
Rare: There are very few pregnancies that occur when the lining is less than 8 mm thick. That is a very important part of becoming pregnant. The only time I would perform a transfer in that situation is after a full uterine evaluation and with no choice. It is possible to become pregnant, but6 in my experience regardless of age or embryo quality pregnancy rates would be less than 5%. ...Read more
I recently had a period after 2 years of not having any. The tvu showed an endometrial thickness of 6mm and two ovarian cysts of 10mm. Cause of worry?
Family practice: Post menopausal bleeding always needs to be checked out. It sounds like you have seen your dr already. U/s has been done. Next step is to have endometrial biopsy. Gyn consult to see if you are a surgical candidate. ...Read more
Do you: Mean 0.66cm? That would be normal. 0.66mm would be imperceptibly thin...not normal in a 21 year old, but not unusual in a post menopausal woman, who is not on HRT, with an atrophic endometrial lining. ...Read more
Where in the cycle?: Where are you in your menstrual cycle, the middle or end? The endometrial length changes as it grows throughout the cycle and a value at the end of the cycle will not be normal at the beginning. The post C/S endometrial thickness is irrelevant, but the muscle (myometrium) thickness is important for future childbearing and method of delivery. ...Read more
Maybe: Are you saying that you are about 4-5 weeks. At this point, knowing that you might be off on your dates too, this might be a completely normal finding in an early pregnancy. At 5 weeks, a yolk sac should be seen. At 6 weeks you can usually see a fetus with a heartbeat. Don't worry yet! ...Read more
Yes: It is in the normal range. If anything it is a little thick for that early but as long it it looks normal that is fine! ...Read more
Variable: Typically, endometrial thickness on ultrasound measures 10-18mm at the midcycle. ...Read more
Is endometrial thickness 17.5mm to thick for day 15 just about to ovulate I thought 15mm was max?
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
Does ovaral G tablet regulate my 15 mm endometrial thickness. Taking it for 42 days for prolong bleeding?
Birth control pill: It's a combined oral contraceptive meaning that it has an estrogen and a progestin in it. The progestin tells the lining to stop growing and get mature + the estrogen keeps it from growing so little that it bleeds because it gets raw. The lining bleeds of when your hormone levels drop on the reminder pills. In PCOS the estrogen also lowers the male hormones by increasing sex hormone binding globulin ...Read more
One month post medical abortion TVS scan shows endometrial thickness of 3 MM and no RPOC. And Two months post abortion the endometriom shows RPOC.
Unclear: You did not ask a question so it is unclear what you are asking. If abnormal endometrial tissue is noted on a transvaginal sonogram then it should be investigated by hysteroscopy, D and C or at least an endometrial biopsy. Retained products of conception are certainly one possibility but that diagnosis can not be made exclusively by sonogram ...Read more
My partner has had 4 miscarriages @5weeks. Last misscrge they scanned, her endometrial thickness was 9mm. Is this likely the cause and what can we do?
She needs an extensi: Extensive evaluation, could be many causes she should see an infertility specialist, hormones, blood antibodies, chromosomes, hysteroscopy are some of the tests that need to be done, if she gets pregnant again without determining a cause she has an extremely high chance to have another one, if she gets pregnant she may need to be on meds like baby asa, heaprin, progestins etc depending on the cau. ...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 more
Hello. I'm 28 years old and I had a recent US Pelvic and it stated that my endometrial stripe was 4 mm thickness, should I be concerned?
Could you please tell me what I need to do if I have 25mm (endometrial thickness) in 15th day of my cycle? Do I need to have hysteroscopy?
About 8 mm.: The thickness of the endometrium normally changes throughout the menstrual cycle. During menstruation, the endometrium is shed. Under the influence of the hormone estradiol, the endometrium then regenerates and usually develops to a normal thickness of 8 or more millimeters (mm). However, many patients with maximal endometrial development of only 4 to 7 mm have successfully achieved pregnancy. ...Read more
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