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... C right now. At my yearly exam I explained my bottom felt 'heavy' and I had pain in my back, groin and pelvic area. ... (27 replies)
... I had a sonogram done to check my ovaries and the doctor told me that my lining in the uterus is thick and wants to do a endometrial biopsy. ... (27 replies)
... My name is Brittany. I am new to the board. My mom is 50 years old and has had problems with heavy bleeding and bad cramps for years now. ... (2 replies)

... I just wanted to say that I had dx. of endometriosis for years and had so much abdominal pain that after I had the hysterectomy that it was such a relief. It made a tremendous difference in how much better I felt! ... (27 replies)
... clots. That went on for 2.5 weeks. I then made a dr appointment cause I started bleeding extremely bad, he set me up for blood work and 2 ultrasounds. I just got the results and I have a thick lining in my uterus 1.8cm thick. I am going to see a specialist, but I am very scared. ... (2 replies)
... Are you talking about the endometrium? ... (6 replies)
... I think it's true what you are saying about having your tubes tied and having more perimenopause symptoms. I was just reading about that in "The Wisdom of Menopause" by Christianne Northup, MD. ... (27 replies)
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... Absolutely have the procedure. You may catch something before it is too late. I had a sonogram and it showed abnormal growths in my uterus. It was biopsied and cancerous. Not that you should fear such a diagnosis, but your doctor is being proactive and that is commendable. ... (27 replies)
... bit crampy. Not bad at all and not as bad as yesterday evening ughhhhh....more than anything, I just feel tired. I am sure it was from being knocked out and then the pain medication yesterday. I would love to just go soak in a hot bath but no bath. UGH Just showers at this point. ... (27 replies)
... op visit, she did tell me the abalation would not get rid of the fibroids. ... (27 replies)
... it is polyps for the cause. My doc is doing the hysterscopy first and said if anything looks abnormal they would biopsy it right then. I am getting nervous about all this. ... (27 replies)
... I too am 47 and had a Endo biopsy due to thickening of the Endometrium, all came back clear. My doc wants me to have the Ablation procedure done, but I have mixed feelings about it. I did harmone testing in the office through blood work, and it said all levels fine. ... (27 replies)
... y gyno 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 went in and had my pap and mentioned even though I had been through menopause that I had had some minor bleeding and they did an endo. ... (27 replies)
... I am happy this all went well for you and hope your results are as the doctor assumes as benign, I wanted to ask was there any other symptoms in the past months? ... (4 replies)
... I think a female doc. is more sensitive. Has she given you the blood test cancer marker CA125 to rule out ovarian cancer or related cancer? ... (4 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. However, she was unsuccesful in getting it because she said the uterine lining was to thick, and I was very uncomfortable during the procedure so she did not want to keep trying. ... (4 replies)
... I am definately perimenopausal. I almost think having my tubes tied and then having the ablation sent me there early then expected. I never had bleeding or inconsistent periods before. ... (27 replies)
... ring if your mood swings, anxiety, migraines etc. could be due to perimenopause symptoms, I don't know much about not producing progesterone and I don't know why the lining would grow back but I guess it can. I don't blame you for wanting to be happy again and have your old body back. ... (27 replies)


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