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... extensive necrotic debris in the background. ... (1 replies)
Update on biopsy
Feb 27, 2018
... not sure what you mean by a cone biopsy i had a d and c one with a hysto something where they put a light in the uterus to see. ... (13 replies)
... 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)

... 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. The only reason my cancer was found so early was because my regular doc did an HPV test when she did my pap 13 months ago and the gyn I went to for my colposcopy did an ECC (endocervical... (6 replies)
... will be going for that also. I would go ahead and have the biopsy done, by the way, nothing to it. I worried that it would hurt, but it was done and over with in about 5 minutes. hang in there..... ... (6 replies)
... I just went thru this. My pap was fine, but uterine cells showed up. I just had the biopsy done and just got results that everything was fine. I was so scared and worked up for so long. ... (6 replies)
... I had them show up one year, and the next year they did not. The doctor told me that it is not uncommon for endo cells to show up if you are still having periods, and your pap was close to your period. My research on the internet seems to say the same thing. ... (6 replies)
... Don't ask....in my opinion the answer is YES. All could be fine. If not the procedure could be simple and save you worry and a larger operation later. (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)
... cancer or cancer cells in my uterus? ... (27 replies)
... I too had been menopausal for about 6 years when I started spotting last December. But, because of a lot of things going on in my life, even though I was spotting every month, I did not get in to see GYN until April. ... (3 replies)
What to do ?
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. ... (8 replies)
... I have had about 7 or more ultrasounds in 2 or 3 yrs because of fallopian issues and I have noticed the 1 done last July 2010 was only 0. ... (4 replies)
... e for evaluation of the endometrium. Am I correct in thinking my doctor probably did not get enough of the endometrium to properly know what's going on with the uterus and I'll most likely have to go through this miserable procedure again? ... (1 replies)
... My doctor removed some cancers cells off my uterus about 3years ago and now i have not had a period in 4months should I be concerned (0 replies)
... And do you know anything about endometrial cells being found on Pap tests? ... (5 replies)
... After being diagnosed with Endo cancer I read that the over production of Estrogen is produced in fat.....seriously I did not know that before. Would I have changed and lost weight if I knew that..........I doubt it. ... (5 replies)
... members with uterine cancer. Her mother lived to be 91 and her maternal grandmother lived to be 90, my grandmother's youngest sister died of breast cancer in her 40's. ... (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)
Ultrasound
May 15, 2008
... The uterus measures 8.5 x 3.6 x 4.4 cm in dimension. The endometrial stripe measures 8.6 mm in thickness and is unremarkable in appearance. There is a mixed hyper and hypoechoic lesion within the ventral aspect of the uterine corpus measuring 1.3 x 1.3 x 1. ... (1 replies)


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