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Yes this is normal thickness provided there are no other changes. Endometrial thickness can be higher at different stages of menstruation.
If you’re having difficulties conceiving, you should see your GP for full check up.
2-5 mm is normal thickness but this goes up at different stages.You can conceive provided there are no other issues that might prevent pregnancy.
If you’re having regular periods as normal, then it is not premenopausal.
Endometrial thickness of 0.5 mm is normal. You can’t and shouldn’t change it as there is no need for that.
If you had a scan and it did not show anything abnormal, then you do not need to worry.
That should be fine