In order for the embryo to implant in the uterus of the surrogate, the endometrium of the uterine cavity must be receptive. The uterine receptivity conditions are the trilaminar aspect and the endometrial thickness between 7 and 10 mm.
In order to achieve the necessary thickening of the endometrium, the surrogate must administer external hormonal medication, generally oestrogens and progesterone.
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By Babygest Staff
Last Update: 10/10/2019