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What is thin Endometrium?

Endometrium is a tissue where the embryo is implanted. This tissue will nourish and grow for the fetus for the next 9 months of pregnancy. Embryo will implant only is the endo thickness is greater than 9mm. This is also called as uterine lining.

If your endo does not grow beyond 7mm on high dose of estrogen then you fall in the category of thin endometrium. Estrogen is most essential hormone for growing the endometrium ( Uterine lining).

At Jilla IVF center we have treated patients with thin endometrium who have had successful pregnancies. If you are diagnosed with this endometrium please contact us on 8080943943

Causes of Thin endometrium:-

Less Uterine Blood Supply:- If the blood supply to the endometrium is less than the endometrium lining will not grow beyond 7mm. In such cases tablets are given to increase the blood supply.
Fibroid:- Fibroids will draw on the blood supply towards themselves and thus leaving the endometrium with less blood supply into a thin endometrium lining. Sometimes fibroid ...
... might enter the endometrium cavity and thus not allow implantation these need to be removed before embryo transfer and some can be left.
To know whether your fibroid needs to be removed before IVF and Embryo Transfer please call us on 8080943943.
Uterine Adhesion :- sometimes tissue like structures start growing in the endometrium which take away all the blood supply which should reach the endometrium. Uterine adhesions spoil the cavity and do not permit implantation. It is always better to remove adhesion before embryo transfer.
Pelvic Koch’s :- Pelvic koch’s is one of the most common causes of thin endometrium. In pelvic koch’s tuberculs are forms inside the endometrium which do not allow the endometrium lining to grow. such patients can be treated with AKT to get a good endometrium lining.
D&C:- Repeated D&C will damage the basal endometrial cell leading to permanently damaged endometrium. in such patients it will be very difficult to grow endometrium lining.
Chlamydia :– Chlamydia is an infection which will cause tubal block and will damage the endometrium. Chlamydia can be treated by anti-biotics.
Long term use of birth control pills:- Long term use of birth control pills will spoil the endometrium.

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