Do ovulation & adequate endometrium thickness signify positive pregnancy test? - Dr. Teena S Thomas
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Published at : 21 Jan 2021
Definitely ovulation and a thickened endometrium is necessary for a pregnancy to come in. But having that both happening doesn’t prove that there has to be a pregnancy because pregnancy may be related to other tubal issues, sperm issues, there are many other things. So definitely a thickened endometrium is required for the embryo to go on and stick onto the uterus and ovulation has to happen to conceive. So these are the things which are there, but these being there doesn’t prove a pregnancy to happen because there are many other things required for a pregnancy to happen. We have to definitely follow up with various hormonal tests and confirm pregnancy and these may not be a confirmatory or a proof of anything.