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... C and my report says "weakly proliferative endometrium", what is this? ... (1 replies)
... adder pressure and was sent for an ultra sound. My uterine lining was 11 mm, I was sent to a gynocologist for a biopsy with pipelle, and it came back "disordered proliferative endometrium". I've yet to read about anyone on any site so far that knows about this diagnoses or has had it. ... (2 replies)
... My new GYN ordered an endometrial biopsy after I complained of intermittent spotting over the last year. I had been taking HRT (1mg estradiol plus 2.5mg medroxyprogesterone) for 1 year after finally starting menopause at age 57 and suffering from insomnia and horrible night sweats. The results of the biopsy, while negative, indicated a (0 replies)

... I had been bleeding and had huge uterus. After 6 units red blood and three units plasma, it was decided to try ablation first to stop the bleeding, remove thick endometruim. A biopsy was performed. I will not see my DR for two more weeks. It appears not the best news but would like feedback Fragments of benign endometrial polyp and benign proliferative Endometrium ... (3 replies)
... Hello April and all, sorry I haven't posted sooner but my whole household is sick including the cat :dizzy: . I got my diagnoise and it was not cancer or pre cancer, the gyn says I have a "Proliferative endometrium" I'm not to sure what it means but she said I have to take Provera to keep it from turning into cancer. I have been reading on provera and dont like the side... (39 replies)
... I would call your doctor and ask him for an explanation in plain English. I would also do an internet search, because there is a wealth of information out there easily accessed. Also, what did the doctor suggest as next steps, if any? (2 replies)
... It also said Proliferative endometrium (2 replies)
... It means the tissue is normal endometrial tissue (1 replies)




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