Endometrial Thickness During Pregnancy

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Learn about the importance of endometrial thickness for a healthy pregnancy and successful implantation.

Endometrial thickness refers to the lining of the uterus, which must be thick enough to support pregnancy.

What is Endometrial Thickness?

During pregnancy, the ideal endometrial thickness is typically between 8-13mm, crucial for embryo implantation.

Ideal Thickness

Age, hormonal levels, and certain medications can influence the thickness of the endometrial lining.

Factors Affecting Thickness

Ultrasound is used to monitor endometrial thickness during fertility treatments and early pregnancy.


Too thin endometrial lining can hinder implantation, leading to fertility issues or miscarriage.

Low Thickness Issues

Treatments may include hormone therapies or other medical interventions to increase endometrial thickness.

Treatment Options

If concerned about endometrial thickness, consult with your healthcare provider for tailored advice and treatment.


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