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well..towards the end of the cycle being too thick is more of a concern.
so the thickness isn't really that important if it's relatively thin
what's more important is the mid cycle thickness and we like to see at least 10 mm
Would a 5.4mm measurement usually mean that the person wasn't pregnant - ie. it would be much higher if implantation had occurred?
yes, that would be awfully thin to support a pregnancy.
sorry, I misunderstood
So in your opinion, I shouldn't be too concerned about this measurement because it was taken at the end of the cycle?
I wouldn't be at all
Okay, well thank you for your help, I appreciate it!
at that time of the month we worry about it beeing too thick in a non pregnant woman
but...before you wait an entire year make sure you have your partner's semen tested.
very easy and just make sure that isn't the problems
I did that at 6 months and he had a normal result, thank goodness
I had an ultrasound which showed no PCOS or pelvic problems
so I guess I just need to be patient for now!
so ask your doctor to do a day 21 progesterone..that will show if you are ovulating or not.
Okay fabulous, will do. What level do you like to see the progesterone at for that day?
anything over 3 means you ovulated
Thanks for all your answers! Have a good one! :)