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What is cervical blockage? And endometrial insufficiency?

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Dr Martin Fielder
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Infertility terms

Cervical blockage is anything that can block the cervix, presumably blocking the entrance of sperm to the uterus.
This can be from polyps, fibroids, or scarring from prior procedures on the cervix. Endometrial insufficiency is a thin lining of the uterus, not being able to sustain an implanted embryo. Both are uncommon for most women trying to get pregnant.

In brief: Infertility terms

Cervical blockage is anything that can block the cervix, presumably blocking the entrance of sperm to the uterus.
This can be from polyps, fibroids, or scarring from prior procedures on the cervix. Endometrial insufficiency is a thin lining of the uterus, not being able to sustain an implanted embryo. Both are uncommon for most women trying to get pregnant.
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