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... I did have an in the office biopsy that is how she we found out i have atypical hyperplasia. She wants to do the d and c to rule out cancer as it can sometimes be missed when a in office biopsy is done. I pray its only AHP then all i need is the hysterctomy and no treatment. ... (9 replies)
... s but have spent 5 years and 3 different doctors trying to figure out why. I was diagnosed with AHP after finally this last gyne suggested a biopsy. Just worried as she said i could have actual cancer and would know for sure after my d and c biopsy. ... (9 replies)
... Explain what you mean by dealing with this for 5 years? Hyperplasia...complex and continual can certainly lead to cancer. Since this has been 5 years, a hysterectomy seems reasonable. Do the D&C....see the results and go from there. As well, get a copy of ALL the results of all testing youve had. I had a complete hysterectomy at age 38...never regretted a day of... (9 replies)

... I had a hysterectomy but for a different reason. I was misled about my diagnosis as well as the after effects of the surgery. My medical records showed that my hysterectomy was totally unnecessary. ... (9 replies)
... just get a hysterectomy and get it over with. He said he agreed but was leary because of my age. Like I told him, I'm not intending to have anymore children and as far as any Physiological problems after I seriously doubted I would have any. ... (7 replies)
... as long as you still have a good amount of estrogen. After menopause, they're very unlikely to grow back. ... (7 replies)
... Was the polyp benign? Pre-cancerous? The vast majority of them are benign. They are a nuisance problem only, causing irregular bleeding and stuff. i recently had one removed for that reason. It was benign; as I said, they usually are. A hysterectomy for benign polyps sounds excessive, and I doubt if a reputable doctor would even do it. You'll stop getting polyps after... (7 replies)
... so 7mm would not be considered "too thick." It's normal for the endometrium to get as thick as 16mm when still menstruating. Once you've gone a full year without a period and not taking HRT, they prefer the lining to be no more than 4 or 5mm. ... (11 replies)
... I'm due for a hysteroscopy on Tuesday May 16th, I'm not so much nervous about that as I am for what they will find. ... (2 replies)
So scared
Oct 14, 2016
... I'm sorry the procedure was painful. The cervix does narrow as our estrogen levels fall so that can make it harder and more painful to get a look inside. It's good your doctor allayed your fears to a large degree. ... (6 replies)
So scared
Oct 7, 2016
... d saw the oncology gynae clinic and panicked. I'm just so sick of constantly letting my fear of having cancer rule my life. I'm having a stressful time right now as daughter moving home, lost my beloved Dad 8 weeks ago. It's just all too much to cope with at the moment. Now this. I just want some nice news I can smile about. ... (6 replies)
So scared
Oct 7, 2016
... t seems ominous, but even then I can't let myself worry about it because stress and worry does not help anything. You can only heal by breathing and staying calm as difficult as that sounds. You're not alone, I hate the waiting game too, but just try to make the best of it. Cheers. ... (6 replies)
So scared
Oct 7, 2016
... d. I posted about having had a scan last week which my GP said I have to see the gynae dr because they could see a polyp. She said she was going to fast track me as I've been having some brown old discharge between periods. I'm 54 starting meno too. So they fast tracked be and I have an appointment next Friday. ... (6 replies)
... me to go to the er. I went and they said everything looked ok. But it prob was too early for anything to show up in my blood anyway. My tv ultrasound looked good as well just pretty thick lining. The emergency room gyn said she was concerned with an infection within the uterus and prescribed ceftin. ... (0 replies)
... Glad to hear it came back and all is well! Hopefully, the cyst will resolve as most do. You should sleep well tonight! ... (4 replies)
... the lining can get as thick as 16mm so 12mm isn't all that thick. The good thing is that mother nature typically does a good job of clearing out the lining before anything sinister happens. ... (4 replies)
... It sounds like she may not have gone through menopause yet since that is defined as no bleeding for a full 12 months. ... (1 replies)
... Glad to hear they found the cause and are going to remove it. And as you know from experience, a D&C is a relatively simple procedure. Hope all goes well and you don't have to go through this again! (5 replies)
... C from which they could then do a biopsy as you had done 5 years ago. Hoping this ends up being nothing serious and is all soon behind you! ... (5 replies)
... I had an TV ultrasound because of some spotting. I'm 13 years menopausal so this was very unusual. Besides having the same fibroids as the last time I had the test, it said the uterus was 8mm and has somewhat heterogeneous echogenicity. Dr wants a biopsy. Is this worrisome? ... (0 replies)

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