if your scan was clear then rule out ashermans. it's very prominent on a tv scan. and with a lovely trilaminar endometrium like that it would have been seen. drs can have difficulties for all sorts of reasons and nine I them because anything is "wrong" people just have natural variations that cause difficulties. try not to worry!
Hi not sure if this is the best place to post this but hoping someone somewhere might have some experience and can help!
i have scarring on my cervix either due to LEEP surgery 10 years ago when I had pre cancerous cells removed or from a c-section which has meant during embryo transfer the dr has struggled but managed with some manipulation to get the catheter through to my uterus to drop of the embryos.
I am now 4dp5dt and worried that I may also have scarring on my uterus preventing implantation? Dr google has successfully freaked me out with ashermans syndrome etc and maybe I should of had a HSG prior?
From ultrasounds my lining and uterus looked perfect, triple layer 14mm at transfer, i obviously didnt think to ask about scarring and dr never mentioned it, does anyone have any experience of scarred cervix and finding uterus scarring after even with normal looking endomedrium and uterus? As I wait to poas my worry is now this!! Kicking myself why I didn't think of this before! Appreciate any help! Many thanks and merry Christmas ...