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Uterus Lining Thin
Upon removing cervical polyps, does one have to take birth control to keep the uterus lining thin or can this be done with the use of birth control?
Very sore in ext. vaginal area I avoid sex and in menopause. Waiting for results from pelvic ultrasound to see if uterus lining thin. Suggestions?
Vaginal Estrogen: When you are in menopause, your body stops making estrogen. Since the vaginal tissue is very sensitive to estrogen, it can become thin and lose its ability to stretch. When you have intercourse, you can actually get micro-tears in the vaginal wall that are painful. These symptoms usually respond to a vaginal estrogen cream or tablet. Don't have intercourse if its painful. Best wishes! ...Read more
OB monitoring: If you are now pregnant, your OB-GYN will monitor the thickness of the endometrial lining with periodic ultrasound measurements- this may be normal for you; however, it should be checked regularly. ...Read more
I have been told my uterus lining is thin after my 2nd c-section. Unfortunately, my 2nd child died and i want to have another child. What do I do?
Discuss with OB: A thin uterus could mean a higher risk of uterine rupture during the late stages of pregnancy or during labor.Please discuss this at length with the ob. If s/he thinks the risk in your case is small, pregnancy would be an easy option.If not, risk of your own life and the baby would be possible. ...Read more
I have a regular 27day cycle. Period lasts 2days light flow. Does that mean my uterus lining is to thin. I ovulate every cycle confirmed by bloods. ?
Everything's normal: Regular ovulatory (cycles in which ovulations take place) menstrual cycles, a history of several pregnancy with a childbirth all indicate that the hormonal feedback cycle in that particular woman are fully intact as is the inner lining of the uterus. No reason to be concerned that the lining could be too thin. ...Read more
I was told after my 4th child that my uterus lining was very thin plus i was forced to hav tubes tied and burned or clipped and burned can I fix this?
I've read that lutera not only suppresses ovulation but also thins the uterine lining. When I stop taking it will my uterus go back to normal?
Yes: Most oral contraceptive pills (ocps) thin the uterine lining. Think of it this way, many doctors will prescribe ocps to treat heavy menstrual bleeding because the pills work to keep the lining of the uterus thin; therefore, minimizing monthly blood loss. This does not damage the uterus. After discontinuing pills, your uterus will be normal. ...Read more
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