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... Do have the biopsy. My pap was fine but there can be cells so high in the uterus that they are not picked up... A biopsy showed cancer when white cells in my urine showed during a usual Dr check. ... (6 replies)
... I just had a pap. The doctor said the cervix looks fine. But there were some cells from the uterus that showd up. They are recommending a endometrial biospy to make sure the uterine tissue looks reassuring. Is it necessary because of that to have this? ... (6 replies)
... y gyno doc after having a long episode of bleeding. Had blood work done and pelvic and vaginal ultrasound. Had a biopsy as well. Uponthe pelvic exam, she told me the lining was too thick also. All the blood work came back ok. No problems with hormones, no throid problem ect. Not even close to menopause as of yet. ... (27 replies)

... Hi, I'm 54, and last year I had radical hysterectomy for Endometrial Cancer. It was staged at II and radiation was recommended, but I refused it and the doctors respected my choice. ... (5 replies)
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Jun 6, 2014
... Last jan I had a Pap test which came back with abnormal cells in my uterus.. I then had a leep which came back with the results of AIS. The doc did say that the leep did get all abnormal cells but if they dug a bit further there could be more abnormal cells . He explained it like it was skipping cells .. ... (8 replies)
... are clearly seen on ultrasounds,the friend who went in to her dr was 52 she was then sent for a hystoscope plus biopsy and was told a currette, when she woke up the Dr said he removed 2 large polyps and all is fine now for her. ... (4 replies)
... If there is cancer in the uterus, does it show up in every cell or is it possible that there may be cancer cells, but the cells the doctor happens to get in the biopsy are not cancer cells? ... (5 replies)
... Thank goodness it isn't cancer but why did the gyn say it is necessary for you to have a hysterectomy? ... (39 replies)
... I got a call from my doctor today about the pathology results. I don't have uterine cancer! Instead, I have Endometrial hyperplasia, which causes extra cells to grow in the uterus. ... (39 replies)
... You have the biopsy because sometimes cells are so high in the uterus that they remain undetected. Be thankful that your health professionals are doing everythng they should to ensure that you are clear. ... (14 replies)
... Sorry to take so long to reply to you.. Just finished second chemo last week with no promises of anything from the dr. Chemo has just drained me and then I got pneumonia on top of it and was barely able to breathe, eat or drink. ... (5 replies)
... Hi S.Cute! I was 65 when all this started. Have no idea re thickness etc as I was biopsied and in hospital 8 days later. All a bit of a blurr!! Had 2 tumors in bladder which were scraped before radiotherapy. ... (25 replies)
... My beloved Aunt was diagnosed today in St. Louis with uterine cancer that has spread to her cervix. ... (4 replies)
... said the biopsy consisted mostly of benign endocervical glandular epithelium and only scan fragments of endometrial tissue is seen, inadequate for evaluation of the endometrium. ... (1 replies)
... C do not hesitate. Uterine cancer can be so high in the uterus that it is not picked up. I had no inkling until a routine urine test picked up white cells. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I just realized uterine cancer had its own board. I was diagnosed with adenocarcioma Ia1 last April and the only treatment I had to have was a hyst to remove my cervix and uterus. ... (6 replies)
... Dear Lucy, First off, please by the grace of God, take a deep breath. ... (5 replies)
... And do you know anything about endometrial cells being found on Pap tests? ... (5 replies)
... ive treatments, and after her hysterectomy and chemotherapy she went into a very short remission for just about a month and came home from the hospital but then her cancer spread to her lungs! My mother ironically was a social worker who worked with cancer patients! ... (5 replies)
... C and then send the tissue to pathology for inspection. The endometrial biopsy will, however be useful to ensure that the tissue cells in your uterus are normal. Keep in mind that you have to wait a bit for the results of this test. I remember having to wait for mine and I think this is the hardest part. ... (8 replies)


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