I'm worried that it may be the reason I haven't yet had a bfp, despite perfect timing.
I realize I have other factors that are against me - I'm 43 and breastfeeding. However, if I can do something naturally to help thicken the lining, then I'll give it a go.
I've heard red clover will help, as it is the lessening estrogen, as I age, that is making for a lighter period,I believe.
Any other natural remedies gladly accepted.
I'm also having acupuncture.
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but more importantly, do you think this is really a problem? you just don't hear, out of all the things that are done for infertility etc, you just dont hear about treatments for endometrial thinness very often, and when you think about it, beans can implant anywhere. they don't need an endometrium even, at least not as an absolute. they can, unfortunately, implant in your tubes or in your abdomen without any difficulty if something happens on the trip to the uterus. so even a thin endometrium shouldn't be a problem. they are going to be boosting hormones to thicken it anyway.
Mommy to three girls DD 6, DD 3.5,DD 8/2011 & new babe 3/2013, 2 's 1/2008 and 8/2010
I think you are right - I am impatient!
Here is a good article about estrogen levels being high or low:
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There is also a thread for us over 40 ladies be sure to stop by they have a wealth of information.
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