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Normal Endometrial Lining Thickness
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
Is a 3 mm endometrial lining on CD 26 of a 27 day cycle normal? We're trying to conceive and the result of the thickness of the lining suprised me.
Abit thin: That is a little thinner than one would expect on CD 26 if you were ovulating. CD 26 is also not a typical day that an Obgyn would assess the endometrial thickness to make some determination about a patients fertility. Not strong conclusions can be drawn from this isolated data point. Each case would need to be analyzed individually ...Read more
My endometrial lining thickness is 4.2mm after 15th day of my menstrual cycle is it normal? My periods are regular iam trying to concieve
My daughter is 11 years with thickening of endometrial lining measuring 16mm. Is it normal. Her lmp was on 28/7/16?
Yes: Early in puberty the cycles are dominated by estrogen which stimulates endometrial buildup. Egg release is not consistent in the first year, but is followed by progesterone formation that triggers the cycle when conception does not occur. If no egg release occurs, a longer interval is expected but a heavier cycle would eventually occur. Up to 90 days is noted between cycles in normal young women. ...Read more
Endometrial lining 11.88. 26yr female hx mod endometriosis. Lining on us shaped like an arrow with a tale is this normal? Feel preg nothing on ultras
Normal: The shape you describe is most likely normal but obviously cannot say with any certainty without seeing the images. As for "feeling pregnant", have you taken a pregnancy test? A urine pregnancy test is far more accurate at diagnosing early pregnancy than an ultrasound. In a woman of childbearing age at the end of her cycle an endometrial thickness of 7-16mm is considered normal, btw. ...Read more
I had 4 induced abortions. No complications, menstrual is normal have had 3 miscarriages after. Did I mess up my endometrial lining? & is that fixable
No: It isn't the endometrium that is the source of the repeated miscarriages. It is either a genetic issue or cervical incompetence. The cervix may be opening too soon in the 2nd trimester and may need to have a suture placed (cerclage).Genetic issues can be tested at the time of the miscarriage with the products of conception or later with blood testing (TORCH titer). ...Read more
I am 42 just had a pelvic us and the endometrial lining measured 12.5mm (1.25cm) and it was 5 days after my cycle. Is this normal?
I took loestrin for 5 years, which I know thins endometrial lining, how long will it take after stopping the pill for my lining to return normal?
Very soon: When you stop oral contraceptives, most women get their cycle back a month later. In a small percentage of women it can take longer and if it does not come in two months, I would see your gyne. I would also do a pregnancy test at that point if there is a chance you could be pregnant. ...Read more
I've 28-29 days cycle, today is cd8 and what is the normal size in millimeters of dominant follicle and endometrial lining at this stage of cycle?
Follicle sizes: During this phase of your cycle, the follicles are usually 8 - 12 mm in diameter and may grow to ~ 18 - 20 mm before you ovulate. The lining should be ~ 4 - 6 mm as it grows to the maximal thickness before you ovulate. ...Read more
Hi! I'm 22 years old I live with the polycystic syndrome. Las week I had a sonogram that's shows my endometrial lining measures in 0.5cm it's normal?
PCOS ; bleeding: If you are having bleeding issues with your pcos, it would be wise to consult your gyn md for the answer to the thickened endometrium or biopsy as overgrowth of the endometrium is more cmmon with pcos. ...Read more
What could be the cause of my thick endometrial lining (21mm on CD 11)? My endometrial biopsy results were normal and all hormone testing is normal.
45 years old. Had pap and ultrasound and both were normal but pap came back with endometrial cells on uterine lining. I had just finished cycle.
If transvaginal US says my endometrial lining is 0.8cm (8mm) during mid proliferative stage (cycle day 10). Is that normal for premenopausal women?
Pretty normal: The endometrial thickness varies throughout the cycle. It also depends on age and if any medications are taken. The evaluation in any one individual needs to take in account the entire picture. Consider scheduling follow up with the doctor who ordered it for more precise evaluation ...Read more
My endometrial lining is 4.2mm after 15th day of my menstrual cycle is it normal iam trying to concieve?
On thin side: A lining less than 7mm is thin. However there isn't any data that show a for sure correlation between thin lining and inability to get pregnant. If someone is having trouble conceiving and they are found to have a thin lining sometimes this will warrant further treatment and evaluation ...Read more
Possible Endometrial cancer. Endometrial biopsy normal. Hysteroscopy D&C recommended because lining is 15. What is this suspect of?
Endometrial polyp: If the biopsy was negative, chances are minimal that you have cancer. Most likely, you have a polyp causing the thickened endometrium. The hysteroscopy and D&C will show what is definately going on and allow removal of the tissue. It will also confirm the biopsy results, likely showing no cancer. ...Read more
What does it mean to have endometrial cells on the uterine lining? I am 45 and had just finished my cycle when I had ultrasound and pap normal
See below: Endometrial cells are what make up the uterine lining, so this is a normal comment. If on the other hand, you are having abnormal bleeding (as a reason for the ultrasound that you had performed) and there are endometrial cells on a pap smear, then you definitely need further evaluation of the uterine lining to rule out pre-cancerous changes called hyperplasia. ...Read more
Had a pap smear on day 10 of menstration. Pap came back normal but shows endometrial cells on uterine lining. What does this mean? Going for a biopsy.
Likely okay: Typically, unless a woman is having irregular bleeding, endometrial cells on a pap aren't worrisome at all. That's based on a new recommendation for pap smear management. If you have irregular or heavy bleeding, doctor will want to rule out pre-cancer as cause, hence, biopsy of uterine lining. No harm in biopsy. Your doctor knows you best, so be sure to ask him/her why they have concerns for biops. ...Read more
If had endometrial biopsy w/ office hysteroscopy for thick lining path came back normal been on progesterone for 7 months could be cancer now?
Can a polyp keep endometrial lining from shedding? U/S showed normal ovaries but endo stripe of 19. Biopsy only showed polyp. Bled 3 mo now/bad cramps
An ultrasound of my uterus showed my uterus is large10.8x4.2x5.5 and endometrial lining was 9.0 mm and a simple cyst in my right ovary is this normal?
I had 2 dnc's also had 4 us's 1-us normal, 2nd us showed endometial lining 11mm, 3rd showed 13mm, now 4th us showed normal linin what do I do dr's states can have dnc with abalation or hysterectomy, but do I really need either?
Please Clarify: This is way too much and way too complicated to offer you any valid advice here on this simple app. Not one of us here on health tap would in any way want to interfere with your physician who knows you, knows the situation and the urgency of your needs. Please, if you do not trust your physician, then get a second opinion in person urgently. ...Read more
If I have endrometrial thickening of 15.4, no period for 12 weeks, pelvic pain but biopsy is normal should I still get progesterone to thin the lining?
It makes sense to: Take additional Progesterone to thin the endometrial lining. Ask your gyn if there are other causes of your pelvic pain such as endometriosis, fibroids, ovarian cyst etc. Take care! , http://www. Ehow. Com/about_5437155_normal-endometrial-stripe-thickness. Html#page=0. ...Read more
I am 55 with pmb. Endometrial thickness on us was 9mm. Endo biopsy was done showing atrophic endometrium. Lining is supposed to be less than 4mm. What is the next step?
Your Gyn can help: Your doctor should be guiding you further. If you do not have any abnormal bleeding, then you do not need to rush into anything further as you have already done the biopsy of the endometrium. Serial ultrasounds at 6-12 month intervals can guide further action, if any needed. ...Read more
Depends: If the fluid is there because of an infection, then there would likely be pain as well. The fluid itself can cause crampy pain if there is enough to create pressure inside the uterus. ...Read more
Blockage: A polyp sits atop the endometrial and usually partially made of endometrial material. When the endo lining sheds, the part under the polyp cannot shed as the polyp blocks its. Think of rain falling on a field with a huge thick tree setting in the middle. The rain cannot really get to the ground under the tree as it is blocked by the tree; sample principle with the polyp. ...Read more
Think endometrium: This is thicker than normal for a postmenopausal woman, so it means that you will need evaluation of your endometrium in the form of endometrial biopsy or d&c. The results are often benign, but a biopsy will be done to rule out endometrial cancer or endometrial hyperplasia. ...Read more
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