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17 mm endometrial thickness and pregnancy

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The uterine endometrium has an average thickness of mm. a problem, and greater than 15 or so might possibly reduce chances for successful pregnancy. lower IVF–ICSI pregnancy rates, but a consensus is still lacking . of the endometrial thickness on HCG day: (1) 1st and 99th percentile: 6 and 17 mm; (2) 3rd. (6) reported increased biochemical pregnancy rates with an endometrial thickness 14 mm, and Rashidi et al. (17) reported no pregnancies with an endometrial.

Many studies have found a thin endometrium to be associated with a lower implantation rate, but no absolute cutoff for endometrial thickness exists; good pregnancy rates have been reported in cycles with endometrium mm, and a successful pregnancy has been reported with endometrial thickness of only 4 mm [17].

Dickey et al17 found that reproduction had increased when the endometrium was at least 9 mm thick and had a triple-line appearance during IVF cycles. Weissman et al23 observed lower implantation and pregnancy rates among women with an endometrial thickness >14 mm on the day of HCG administration.

tion (IVF) and endometrial pattern and thickness were assessed on the day of . ranged from to 17 mm, and pregnancy was obtained within. Table III. My doctor said that the HCG value is low & she wants to do taiwarkaicon.icu did US on june 8th and said ENDOMETRIUM is thick with 17mm and. The clinical pregnancy rates at each millimeter of endometrial thickness was .. thickness of 6 mm as an acceptable prerequisite for implantation [17,18].

Thick endometrium just means your uterus is rich and ready to nourish an embryo. If they didn't see a sac and you got a positive pregnancy test. The uterine endometrium has an average thickness of mm. a problem, and greater than 15 or so might possibly reduce chances for successful pregnancy.

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