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... mm should be investigated. In a premenopausal woman, the lining thickness varies with the menstrual cycle. ... (1 replies)
... I have polycystic ovaries and dysfunctional uterine bleeding, I had a hysteroscopy and polypectopy in december. Got results today saying I have overactive endometrial lining and am now at high risk of cancer. Was given PROVERA tablets to take for 3mnths before having another hysteroscopy. Has anyone else had these tablets? ... (11 replies)
... I had a 7mm endometrial lining, gyn did biopsy, result was complex hyperplasia. Started to treat it with progesterone, then I was diagnosed with breast cancer, had to stop progesterone. ... (11 replies)

... In some cases thick endometrial lining is of a concern, and having a biospy done is the way to go. I hope by now you have the results. ... (31 replies)
... tenderness etc, then just a very light show for about a day and a half. Had a trans us, which showed nothing alarming, teeny cyst, tiny fibroid, but she said the thickness was 5 mm and just to be safe, we did an endometrial biopsy. She said she expected everything to be ok, but just to be sure. ... (1 replies)
... happen during perimenopause when hormones fluctuate a lot but not having had a period for 2 years is not considered peri. Of course, estrogen builds the uterine lining and also feeds fibroids. ... (4 replies)
... Sometimes fibroids and even polyps can make the lining appear thicker than it is on ultrasound but regardless if that is the reason for the 11mm lining, it is odd that you haven't had a period in two years. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you very much for responding. I very much appreciate the info you passed along. I am researching a lot on line and there is a lot to decipher. I just found it so odd that he said I was menopausal when I just had my period last month. Could menopausal mean 'anovulatory' in the medical field? The reason I ask is because I don't think I ovulated last month prior to my... (4 replies)
... For one, 7mm isn't very thick even if you were in menopause. And given that you had the u/s on day 20, the range for endometrial thickness during this (secretory) phase of the cycle is 7 to 16mm so you're at the thinnest. It is kind of odd that your FSH is so high even though you're still having periods. But if you're in perimenopause, the FSH can fluctuate wildly during... (4 replies)
... Hello darkwater and rosequartz, Thanks so much for responding. I appreciate it very much! I have been going back and forth all day as to whether to call and set up an appointment with the VA about this. I'm half of the mind to give it a few more months and see if it doesn't clear up on it's own. Then I think of the clots - which have subsided for this cycle, thankfully.... (3 replies)
... Hi, there. I also had cervical dysplasia and a colposcopy in my 20's, I am 42 now. I would think the next step would be to have an endometrial biopsy done and see what that says. ... (3 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)
... I had a thickened lining after having no period for 6 months then bleeding for a month straight. ... (2 replies)
... please got out and buy the book / What your Doctor may not tell you about premenopause, by John R. Lee M.D. there is a product called DIM-PLUS that works miracles.. google it . I would start using natural Progestrone cream ..but first read the book on natural progestrone in the book . google Dr. John R. Lee you will find very infomative infomation on his web site !!... (2 replies)
... no 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)
... I have recently been for an ultrasound scan and was told the lining of the womb was 24mm thick. I was then called in by me GP and told i was being referred to the hospital. ... (2 replies)
... I am 38 years old and recently went through what you are describing. I had an ultrasound done due to pelvic pain and irregular periods. I was told my uterine lining was thick and cystic and I needed to have a biopsy. I don't remember what they said the thickness was but i guess it was enough for my doctor to be concerned. ... (7 replies)
... I just had an endo biopsy for thicken lining without bleeding. ... (11 replies)
... m really worried about my mother. There is just so much info on the net I just dont know what to think. She has fibroids but the Gyn was more concerned with the lining of the womb but she has no bleeding or obvious pain. ... (11 replies)
... stmenopausal bleeding. Next visit did an unltrasound and found thickened lining, began to treat. Then routine mammogram found breast cancer, had to quit treating lining with progesterone and have hysterectomy. ... (11 replies)

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