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Endometrial biopsy
Jul 25, 2008
... I am 50 years old and have yet to hit menopause. I get my regular periods. The doctor wants me to have a endometrial biopsy because an ultrasound showed my endometrial stripe to be 11mm. ... (7 replies)
... my family dr found during routine physical, sent me to gyn who removed it. Bleeding stopped as soon as the polyp was removed, never returned. The gyn also did a biopsy because she said it was standard whenever there is postmenopausal bleeding. Next visit did an unltrasound and found thickened lining, began to treat. ... (11 replies)
... Anyways, I had an Endometrial Biopsy done July 2nd. It was painful. ... (6 replies)

... I had the worst pain during my endometrial biopsy! She had to do it THREE times to get enough tissue. I felt like she was sawing my insides with a knife. ... (2 replies)
... ility but finally had one beautiful child. I have had several ultrasounds over the years and they have always showed a thickened endometrium so I've had several endometrial biopsies over the years and one D and C because my gyno was concerned about the thickened lining. ... (2 replies)
... hello hon dont panic i had a pap and it showed cells i had biopsy on thrusday just came back monday no cancer i had no bleeding the first sign of uterine cancer is bleeding pain you were proably getting over your cycle and that is normal good to still have checked it only takes 3 days usually to come back cells shed during a menstral cycle and this is normal but they still... (16 replies)
Endometrial biopsy
May 11, 2010
... I was surprised that I didn't have to go for the vaginal ultrasound before I had a biopsy done... it seems most women have that done first. ... (16 replies)
... gyn after having an mri done that shows stable endometrial irregularity in the lower uterine segment and they suggest a biopsy. ... (5 replies)
Endometrial biopsy
May 11, 2010
... I haven't had any bleeding, but I did have a routine pap that showed endometrial cells, which aren't apparently supposed to be there. Had ultrasound that was okay, but now I have to still have a biopsy. ... (16 replies)
... In January of this year my periods became very painful which they've never been before. They've been irregular because of the Tamoxifen, but not painful. ... (5 replies)
... haven't had any children. I just had my 1st biopsy on Friday and am still spotting, after bleeding that was heavier than I thought it would be immediately after the procedure. ... (9 replies)
... I don't know if you have had the Biopsy already but if you havent I can tell you that it wasn't too bad. I won't lie... it was very painful but it was also very quick. ... (7 replies)
... supposed to be at its thickest. Don't worry at all about the test! My hubby sat in on mine for support, as I was SO nervous, but there was no need! It wasn't painful really or not even that uncomfortable. I'll be praying for you!! ... (5 replies)
... urse AND the gyn about it and said I always had to use the tilt chair for pelvic exams, etc. They told me the treatment room didn't have the chair. So.....many painful minutes later, I was told the gyn could not get the camera into the uterus and so did the emb "blind". ... (0 replies)
... I had the biopsy, but never had the other procedures so I cannot compare them. Based on my experience though I would go ahead and take the valium and also 600 to 800 milligrams of Motrin or Advil. That will help with the cramping afterwards, though fortunately it doesn't usually last too long. The test itself is pretty painful, but the entire thing is over in less than 2... (2 replies)
Endometrial Biopsy
Sep 10, 2005
... Hi everyone. First time to the board so forgive me if i'm asking a duplicate questions here. I'm a 32yo went to dr last tues for prolonged periods (9days - light bleeding), and pain that is getting worse, tender abdominal at times, pain with intercourse ( that can last up to an hour after). Dr is checking my blood for anemia and thyroid problems. After pelvic exam (which... (6 replies)
... I really haven't gone too deeply into the details mine either, just too much of a yucky story. Right now I am in the very painful phase, usually lasting a few weeks every month. ... (5 replies)
... To tell you the truth I am not happy with the gynecologist I saw. She did a great job with the endometrial biopsy, but became snarky, kind of belligerant and flippant when I asked questions. Laughed off my worries. ... (2 replies)
... mm. The next step was to do the endometrial biopsy in the office. ... (6 replies)
... and he thinks she will not tolerate the biopsy well. ... (4 replies)




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