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There is nothing you can do to impact your endometrial thickness as such, however, yes weight loss will help increase your fertility.
Given your age, and your history, you should qualify for Fertility Clinics under the NHS, however some options would no longer be funded.
No problem. A reduced thickness can happen depending on your cycle, but can decrease with age. However with medical management it may be possible for a pregnancy. I would speak with your doctor to arrange some tests.
No problem, fertility vitamins yes, acupuncture no
Yes you can still ovulate yourself with PCOS. As to which supplement is better, I cannot comment other than any recommended for Fertility and licenced (not online from another country) should be fine.
The endometrium is more of the issue.
I would arrange fertility tests first and assess everything first