Adenomyosis is a condition where the walls of your uterus are thicker than they should be. This thickened lining reduces blood flow, which makes it harder for the egg to implant. The thickness can affect your entire uterus, or just one area. For most patients, some areas are affected worse than others. When the top of your uterus (the “fundus”) is affected, it’s more of a concern because that’s where the embryo is supposed to implant.