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... Hi Anita Thanks for your useful information which does raise an important point. If my wife's biopsy is negative (praying) We will ask out doctor/specialist to check horemone levels as you suggest. Thanks again VAP (2 replies)
... Losing your periods isn't enough. ... (2 replies)
... Can in fact periods just naturalystart up again for a while or for an isolated episode or does there have to be something wrong? ... (2 replies)

... It sounds like she may not have gone through menopause yet since that is defined as no bleeding for a full 12 months. ... (1 replies)
... eally heavy painful Period that lasted 10 days. 44 days later I had another Period, this time NO pain, which I thought was very unusual, first time ever. 28 days after that I had spotting and period pains but they turned into nothing after two days. ... (6 replies)
... You don't say how old you are. If you are having trouble with your periods or still bleeding after menopause that is not normal. I found out the hard way. If it puts your mind at ease go for the biopsy. My dr. was an idiot and he still is. ... (6 replies)
... I had terrible periods starting when I was about 37. I passed huge clots and often drenched my clothing at work. ... (4 replies)
... i'm sorry this is so late in replying, but did your doctor ever do a colposcopy or an ECC. Any bleeding post-coital, especially in a woman over 30 (who is not a virgin (and that is the first coitus)) needs to see a doctor. The bleeding could be coming from the cervix, not the uterus. I personally think that every woman over 30 who has a colposcopy, has post-coital... (1 replies)
... polyp and after that there was NO more bleeding. ... (13 replies)
... So this current period started exactly 14 days after the start of the last one. ... (4 replies)
... In terms of the labs, she stated that they do not use labs to 'diagnose' menopause as the hormones can fluctuate so much during a woman's cycle especially when one is going through the perimenopause 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)
... However, after reading up on the condition online, my anxiety is jumping up again for a few reasons. ... (0 replies)
... often it occurs in women who are obese, who are childless, who suffer from PCOS, and who have had abnormal periods for decades. ... (3 replies)
... days, much longer than the 5 day periods I used to have. It stopped for a week, then started again, heavier. ... (25 replies)
... Hi. I would like to hear how you are doing. I just got the same diag today and can't stop crying. I am so scared. I have to call tomorrow to make an appt with the oncologisgt to have more tests and a hysterectomy. Since you posted in June, please tell me how you are doing? (9 replies)
... I posted recently as a new member after last week's endometrial biopsy. ... (9 replies)
... I'm getting about 3 periods a year. ... (6 replies)
... I know you are scared honey, so am I. I have had nothing but problems with my monthly periods since the beginning. ... (5 replies)




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