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Hi Ladies,

Here's my cycle first before i start:

July 2 - first day of my period
July 19 - sexual contact with bf
July 22 - i had my period again (twice in a month, and this is the first time it happened to me)

August 3 - sexual contact with bf
August 8 - sexual contact with bf


I checked the calendar and it says there that I'm fertile between August 3 and August 8 and i had sex during those days.


I'm feeling nauseous, increased in appetite, feeling tired in the afternoon. I had negative pregnancy test though.

I went to the doctor and i was advised to undergo transvaginal ultrasound. The technician told me that my endometrium is really thick. What does it mean? I'm going to get the results next week and i can't help but think about the thick endometrium.


Does it mean i'm going to have my period or is it preparing for pregnancy?

HelP!


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replied August 16th, 2008
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It seems logical that it might be either. If you suspect pregnancy, you can request a blood based HCG test to identify if you're eating for two or not! But perhaps the OB-GYN simply wants to scan your uterus ... or your ovaries. Please let us know how it goes!
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replied October 9th, 2012
thick endometrium
had the same today m at 23 day of my cycle and my endometrial thickness is 15mm my er didnt told me anythng just said its normal....it just mean i will get my periods r get pregnat but have to wait and wait
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