Does the endometrium thin affect pregnancy?

The "endometrium thickness" on the gynecological B ultrasound has affected the hearts of countless female friends.

Many gynecologists often say: "You endometrium is too thin, it is not easy to get pregnant."

So, will the endometrium really affect pregnancy?How thin is it thin?

Under the action of estrogen and progesterone, the endometrium will occur periodic changes, and the process of hyperplasia -falling off -discharge, which is a complete menstrual cycle.

On the 5th to 14th days of the menstrual cycle, the endometrium will gradually increase to 5 ~ 11 mm; by the 15th to 28th day of the menstrual cycle, the endometrium will continue to be thickened, and it will gradually become thick and soft.The bed and development of the new life can reach about 16 mm at this time; if there is no fertilized eggs, the endometrium will begin to fall off. The menstruation is generally about 5 mm after menstruation.

Periodic changes in endometrium

Studies have shown that when the thickness of the endometrium is <6 mm, the possibility of pregnancy will be reduced.In addition, the endometrium is usually accompanied by poor endometrial glands and vascular production, that is, the "soil" is not fertile enough, and naturally it will affect the bed and development of the embryo.In addition, too thin uterine endometrium may also affect the development of the placenta and increase the risk of early abortion.

However, pregnancy production is affected by many factors. The endometrium is just one of the factor, and it cannot be said that the endometrium is not pregnant.I have also seen cases of endometrial 5mm or even 4 mm but still successful pregnancy.

The endometrium of some female friends is very thick, in fact, this is not a good thing!

Generally speaking, when the menstruation is just clean, the thickness of the endometrium should be 5 ~ 7 mm.If the thickness of the endometrium exceeds the normal range, and there are symptoms such as non -menstrual bleeding or post -room bleeding, large menstrual flow or accompanied by large blood clots, extension of menstrual periods, and incompleteness, there may be endometrial lesions.

In addition, after menopause, women should pay special attention. If there is no estrogen, the endometrium should become thinner.If the examination is found that the thickness of the endometrium exceeds 5 mm, you should seek medical treatment in time to exclude the possibility of endometrial malignant lesions, especially women with vaginal bleeding after menopause.

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