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... op visit, she did tell me the abalation would not get rid of the fibroids. ... (27 replies)
... I, too, had a thickened lining. Had a biop and all the blood work to check things out and a pelvic and vaginal ultrasound. I ended up having an ablation on oct. ... (27 replies)
... I am so thankful for your word of wisdom about this. ... (8 replies)

... I recently had the same procedure as you (camera investigation because of bleeding 3 years after last period) I was found to have a polyp and thickened uterus wall, biopsies were taken and arrangements made for me to have an operation to remove the polyp and D&C which removes the womb lining. I am recovering from that op and my biopsy results were negative for anything nasty ... (3 replies)
... What he's saying about only a portion of the lining being tested is true but if you're ok with the plan that he's suggesting, then I say go with it. ... (4 replies)
... After the endometrial biopsy, my gyn put me on a 3 week course of progesterone with the intent of bringing on my period so the endometrial lining would shed. ... (4 replies)
... C, put me on megace for a year and half. After another ultra scan that showed the lining wasn't thick and the biopsy showed complex hyperplasia, he was going to treat me like all his other patients. Approx. 10 months later I had a little spotting. ... (7 replies)
19 mm thickness
Apr 25, 2012
... c which was a piece of cake. Also had a biopsy that was painful, but luckily came back fine. An ultrasound found a very large fibroid. I had become extremely anemic from heavy periods. ... (3 replies)
... ontacted a different doctor for a second opinion who suggested I go on Provera for 10 days to cause me to have a period. I took the Provera for the first 10 days of February and still NO period. Has anyone else had this problem? ... (7 replies)
... Not so good. Still in pain, nothing different, only worse. My problem is pain right in the middle of my pelvic area, feels like uterus area. It goes away on the first day my period, my period lasts 3 days, and then the pain comes back. Just went through it. ... (13 replies)
... x by gyno and patholigist. See, i figured it would not be cancer. fear can get to you. sounds simplistic but true. i had 2 kids so it can happen no matter the no of kids. getting a thickened uterus is not always cancer. congrats! ... (13 replies)
... I feel like I won the lottery!!! I went to the specialist who read the ultrasound results and said that I did not need a biopsy, the ultrasound was normal, the lining was thick because of the time of the month that they did the ultrasound!!! ... (13 replies)
... Thank you! SO what you have is non-cancerous? What exactly is your dx with regards to the uterus? (13 replies)
... cuding my mom. SO i am very vigilant. My elderly family members had grown up near the first nuke bomb test and smoke and drank and doing both can add to the risk of getting pan cancer. ... (13 replies)
... hyperplasia as it is called and the fibroids. had pain off and on but not that bad. many women have this but have no problems. you felt the UIT pressure because of the enlarged uterus. ... (13 replies)
... C is just to clean out the excess lining. They will send the lining to pathology to see what it contains. I would think that your doctor is thinking it may be caused by the excess estrogen you maybe were producing with the IUD. ... (25 replies)
... c in the hospital with a hysterosopy all with not cutting involved. The took the sample and I am still waiting the outcome of the results I had hoped to find out today good or bad. ... (6 replies)
... I have read alot about this because I had to take tamoxafen for a couple of years post breast cancer and tamox can cause uterine thickening. ... (6 replies)
Scared silly
Dec 16, 2009
... No, it doesn't always mean cancer. But something is wrong in there. Maybe polyps or a thickened endometrial lining. They do not have to be cancerous, but you can't rule that out as a possibility until you get the biopsy done. ... (7 replies)
... not sure of the measurement. ... (6 replies)


Associated Tags: hypothryoidism, pelvic pain, thickened uterine lining

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