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... is predominately solid on the left side which my endo biopsied twice in one day, and the other 2 or about 6 and 7mm and are mostly cystic and one of these is on my isthmus which isn't a very common place for nodules to be! ... (5 replies)
... I got a call from my doctor and I have endometrial cells on my pap results. I am 41 so this is an issue. She had me come in for an ultrasound. My lining is 4 mm which is good and I have a fibroid that is 4 cm. ... (6 replies)
... Atypical endometrial cells suspicious for adenocarcinoma. The doctor says no endometrial cells should be present past menopause on a pap test. ... (4 replies)

... My mother just had an endometrial biopsy done 2 weeks ago. She too, was terrified of the test due to what she read on the internet. I sat next to her and held her hand through the entire thing and trust me when I say this... it was no big deal. ... (6 replies)
... messages with her receptionist about getting a transvaginal pelvic ultrasound for some peace of mind before I get the uterine biopsy on August 28 which I had asked her for when she first called me and told me about this. ... (5 replies)
... iods. Stopped meds, lost periods. Had very few periods between 40 yrs and 50 yrs. Had hot flashes last half of 40s. By 50 thought I was menopausal, but blood test said no. At 51 started bleeding EVERYDAY, but smaller then a dime, and this went on till I turned 53 was diagnosed and had surgery. No pain. ... (5 replies)
... And do you know anything about endometrial cells being found on Pap tests? ... (5 replies)
... tubes tied. My pap showed endometrial cells on the cervix. I have to have a uterine biopsy in about a week. My cervix is irritated, and I can even feel it being irritated. ... (0 replies)
... Please dont let the idea of the test scare you. The anticipation is always WAY worse than the actual procedure. Piece of cake, just get it done and get on with your treatment, what ever it turns out to be. ... (6 replies)
... I hope you get to have your surgery soon and you have a quick recovery. Congratulations on quitting smoking! ... (4 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)
... Thank you again Anita! Yeah thats not all my gyn deserves and some of her staff too! And you are *so* right about how a lot of nurses and doctors get desensitized by the work that they do, I have always said this too and it's sadly obvious. But I'm a very caring sensitive person and I wouldn't get desensitized infact thats why I couldn't be a doctor or nurse! A woman on... (5 replies)
... Was it endometrial cells or suspicious cervical cells? ... (5 replies)
... Well... an 8mm endometrial stripe is not very thick at all, actually. ... (3 replies)
... Pain in the pelvic area and my endometrial stripe was 8mm last they checked after surgery. ... (3 replies)
... atments. I have seen a lot of it on tv and just on the doctors show they showed how a woman had such a bad back, they took bones from a cadaver and put the stem cells inside the bone or discs I am pretty sure it was disc. This woman could barely walk without pain. ... (16 replies)
... I went for a pap smear a few weeks ago, and the Dr. also wanted to do an endometrial biopsy since I was having the heavy bleeding. ... (4 replies)
... HPV test and everything was normal. ... (2 replies)


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