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Why doesn't my endometrium grow yet on estrogen and progesterone?

By Dr. Paloma de la Fuente Vaquero.
Last Update: 11/26/2019

We know that correct endometrial perfusion is key to the growth of the endometrium and therefore to correct embryo implantation. If there is no correct blood supply to the endometrium, even if we administer exogenous hormones, they will never reach it properly. This is the reason why we administer drugs that promote the arrival of blood to the endometrium (sildenafil, pentoxifylline, vitamin A, vitamin E ...) when we are faced with refractory endometrios to treatment with estrogens and progesterone (those that do not grow despite the correct hormone intake).

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Dr. Paloma de la Fuente Vaquero
Dr. Paloma de la Fuente Vaquero
MD, PhD, MSc
Gynecologist
Bachelor's Degree in Medicine from the Complutense University of Madrid, with a Master's Degree in Human Reproduction and a Doctorate in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Seville. Member of the Spanish Fertility Society (SEF) and the Spanish Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics (SEGO), she performs as a gynecologist specializing in assisted reproduction in the clinic YES! Reproducción.
License: 4117294
Gynecologist. Bachelor's Degree in Medicine from the Complutense University of Madrid, with a Master's Degree in Human Reproduction and a Doctorate in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Seville. Member of the Spanish Fertility Society (SEF) and the Spanish Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics (SEGO), she performs as a gynecologist specializing in assisted reproduction in the clinic YES! Reproducción. License: 4117294.
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