The embryologist Paula Cano from Pronatal clinics in Madrid tells us if it is possible to achieve a pregnancy with endometrial hyperplasia:
Endometrial hyperplasia is an abnormal or excessive growth of the endometrium caused mainly by a hormonal imbalance between oestrogen and progesterone levels. These two hormones prepare the endometrium and cause it to grow until it reaches a thickness of about 6-10 mm, at which point it is ready to receive the embryo and which is called the window of implantation. When there is abnormal growth of the endometrium, this can compromise pregnancy, as the endometrium is the tissue that lines the entire uterine cavity and is where the embryo implants. So if the thickness is not adequate, this implantation can be compromised. This is why when this alteration occurs, the patient should always see a specialist.