Question by  Lswarden (26)

Will I have a high risk pregnancy if I have a thin uterus?

I have been told that my uterus is thin and I would like to become pregnant.


Answer by  occfiregirl (127)

You may not have a high risk pregnancy, but you may have a hard time conceiving or delivering. It should not affect you carrying the child.


Answer by  SashaDarkCloud (5764)

The odds of you getting pregnant at all will be very slim. The fertilized egg needs the uterus wall to be thick so it can stick and start to grow. I would suggest talking to your doctor before trying to get pregnant so that way you can be fully informed.


Answer by  Vllad45 (1886)

Unfortunately, you will have a harder time getting pregnant and have a high-risk pregnancy if you do; talk to your doctor.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Having a thin uterus alone is not an indication for a high risk pregnancy. It may result in you needing a c-section but your pregnancy should be normal, the only considerations are that you may need more ultrasounds and a few more doctors appointments but it would not mean you would be high risk.


Answer by  brycesmom83 (58)

You may experience difficulty getting pregnant because of your thin uterin lining, also, if you would get pregnant, you would most likely have a high rist pregnancy. The uterus needs at least a 7mm. Do not be discouraged, there are several medicines that you can take to fix this problem.

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