Whichever the cause, endometrial hypoplasia poses an obstacle to conceiving, as it prevents successful embryonic attachment.
Because of their ability to heal or replace damaged cells, stem cells have also proven successful in increasing endometrium thickness for those struggling with infertility.
The studies found that stem cell therapy significantly increased the endometrium thickness by from 3–5 mm to 7 mm and reported no dangerous effects.
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