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... and when I hit menopause the tumours shrunk as they are 'fed on a blood supply' which as we know stops when we are in full menopause. ... (31 replies)
... Depending on your age, thickened endometrial lining can mean a number of things. ... (31 replies)
... The thick endometrium is caused by lack of ovulation when women get near menopause. They continue to secrete estrogen, which builds the lining up, but fail to secrete progesterone when ovulation doesn't occur, so the lining builds up and outgrows its own blood supply, causing the frequent bleeding. ... (3 replies)

... Hi, three 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. ... (7 replies)
... Well... an 8mm endometrial stripe is not very thick at all, actually. ... (3 replies)
... cally hypothyroid. I stopped getting my period in the latter half of 2009. I did not get it in 2010. In May, 2010, I had a normal transvaginal ultrasound. My uterine lining was 2 mm thick, no cysts. I thought I was in menopause, though my primary doctor never checked my FSH or LH at that time. ... (25 replies)
... C that from what he could see and feel, my lining wasn't thick. The pathology results came back inconclusive...sample not large enough. ... (83 replies)




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