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... ee years ago I had a little spotting and that shouldn't happen after menopause. I was 60 yrs old and 100 lbs over weight when this started. Doctor said the fat cells were producing too much estrogen that was pouring into my uterus. ... (7 replies)
... Personally, I would opt for the D&C since there is atypia (atypical cells that are not cancerous but could eventually become cancerous if left there to grow). That prodecure is no big deal, and cleans the uterus out. There should be followup afterward to monitor the endometrium. Never take estrogen therapy without progesterone intermittently, as that will cause the lining to... (7 replies)
... I want to share this with you--I want to thank God for all things, I am still going through but God got this. I went to doctors because I was bleeding alot and became anemic and had lower belly pain, bloating, after getting a D & C. And ultrasound, Biopsy.I was told I had a very thick lining. And the doctor was afraid it may be cancer. My world flashed by me so fast. I felt... (10 replies)

... I had surgery a month later. The pathology only found cancer in the Uterus. No cancer cells were found in the fallopian tubes, cervix, ovaries or the lymph nodes that were taken. ... (5 replies)
... C and take another check cells again. Scali thank you for letting me talk. it really helps to talk to others who have similar stories. ... (10 replies)
... C's done and the linning kept growing, because my fat cells are producing all the estrogen I will have to loose this weight to correct this problem. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks so much for the info. She said she wanted to riule out hyperplasia and precancerous cells. So I guess a biopsy would be sent out with the D &C. What should I expect with this procedure? She said the thickening may have been due to bleeding from the IUD removal she didn't mention excess estrogenI have been post menopausal for 2 years. Do you know if you make excess... (25 replies)
... No ovary cramping. Hysteroscopy first but he was unable to get adequate cells on account of blood. Biopsy surgery with overnight stay. Missed your first question. Biopsy showed stage 3. ... (25 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. Have rare carcinosarcoma 3/4. Lost some lymph glands so do have slight lymphedema in my left leg. Two years and I'm good. Three scans show no probs and if the one... (25 replies)
... partially autolytic,mostly inactive and Adenomyosis." As far as I am able to understand, autolysis is a process that destroys the cells of the specimen sometimes to such an extent that interpretation pathologically can be extremely hampered and even at times impossible. ... (3 replies)
... of the myometrium. They also use the grades 1, 2 or 3 to denote how aggressive the cancer cells look under a scope. I was told my cancer is a Grade 2. ... (2 replies)
... can fragments of endometrial tissue is seen, inadequate 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)
... Does anyone know the probability of polyps growing in the endometrium after one is removed? ... (0 replies)
... In my case I was positive for Endometrium cancer. A friend had a jerk doctor that made the comment that if you had to get cancer, that would be the one that you want. ... (7 replies)
... l pain. My knees were shaking and I couldn't stand upright. Again, pelvic okay, blood slightly off with white blood cells, us showed 2 small focal points in my endometrium that wasn't there before but they considered it normal. I had another pap which was fine, but found a lot of epithelial cells. ... (10 replies)
Update - New Dx
Jul 8, 2009
... classified as "moderate", and "atypical cells of cervix". ... (1 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. ... (8 replies)

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