What is the two-layered uterine lining all about?
Studies have demonstrated that the chances of implantation improve when the lining has two layers in an ultrasound scan. Thus, an optimally built-up lining shows a three-line structure. These form the boundaries of the two lining layers to each other and the surroundings. The medical term for this is a trilaminar structure.
Unfavourable conditions for implantation
Insufficient thickness (less than 8-14 mm) and poor blood circulation to the lining are considered unfavourable conditions. PROFERTIL® female, a study-proven micronutrient combination, also provides the option of helping to develop the lining and thus improving endometrial receptivity without taking hormones.
For example, with regard to polycystic ovary syndrome, a hormonal imbalance often means that the normal development of the lining is not possible due to a lack of essential nutrients. It may be that the endometrium is too thin and also poorly supplied with blood in women with PCOS.