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A thin endometrium and a receptive endometrium.
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A thin endometrium and a receptive endometrium.

For an embryo to implant in the endometrium, it is essential that it be receptive. For this, it is important that the endometrial thickness be between 7 and 10 mm and that its aspect be trilaminar.

When the endometrium is less than 6 mm, the probability of embryo implantation is reduced. Therefore, if the endometrium is thin, gestation will not occur.

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Last Update: 06/12/2024