The Uterine Wall Is Damaged?
. I want to ask? Is the uterine wall damaged still can have children .. if the drug can be normal again?
From the information you convey, it is necessary to define the term damaged from the medical diagnosis that has been given. because this term does not provide a medical description of the risk of fertility, it is best if you have a discussion with the patient in question and have a direct discussion with the doctor who treats them.
Some things that are at risk of causing infertility are:
1. an abnormal egg size
2. infection of the female oviduct organ system with risks, such as sexually transmitted infections
3. hormonal balance disorders affecting the reproductive system
4. endometriosis or growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterine cavity
Therefore, communicate with the doctor regarding the terms you are using. If the cause of the complaint is known, the doctor can provide the necessary treatment and care.
That is the information we can convey, also read female fertility disorders.