Getting pregnant with thick womb lining

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Pinkroses21 Thu 23-Jan-20 14:59:52

Hi everyone. I'm just looking for some advice to be honest. I recently found out I have a "slightly" thicker womb lining. And the doctors are sure that's It's nothing serious. However the main thing I'm concerned of is that it will affect my ability to have a child. I really want to try for another child and I've never had any problems in the past. And even when I've been dtd on the correct days, I'm still not becoming pregnant. So I'm just looking for some advice from others who may have this problem or have had it in the past. Does this affect fertility? Google wasn't much help.

Thanks in advance. x

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itwasalovelydreamwhileitlasted Thu 23-Jan-20 15:04:19

I haven't experienced the same thing sorry however I have done a few cycles of IVF and I know they won't transfer if the lining is over a certain thickness which indicates that it would reduce chance of implantation

Litsie Mon 27-Jan-20 20:14:37

Would Robitussin help? Apparently guafesin thins the mucus.

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