Objective: To identify predictors of thin endometrial lining in the first frozen embryo transfer cycles and to characterize the natural history of this condition over subsequent cycles.
Design: Retrospective case-control study
Conclusions: This study shows that prognosis after a diagnosis of thin endometrial lining is favorable. Lower weight and thinner fresh cycle lining are predictors of thin endometrial lining in FET cycles. Most importantly, women with a diagnosis of thin endometrial lining have similar live birth rates as those with adequate endometrial lining, although their time to achieve live birth is slightly longer.
Keywords: Thin endometrial lining, IVF outcomes, endometrial thickness, live birth
How to Cite:
Jacobs, E. A. & Summers, K. M. & Sparks, A. E. & Van Voorhis, B. J., (2021) “Thin endometrial lining during frozen embryo cycles: a case-control study of risk factors and natural history”, Proceedings in Obstetrics and Gynecology 10(2), 1-2. doi: https://doi.org/10.17077/2154-4751.1524
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