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... The ultra sound will tell them more than anything. It can and does show the thickness of the lining, and any polyps and fibroids. ... (31 replies)
... no but estrogen level is high. That can happen during perimenopause when hormones fluctuate a lot but not having had a period for 2 years is not considered peri. Of course, estrogen builds the uterine lining and also feeds fibroids. ... (4 replies)
... Hello everyone. I am new here, and hoping to find some answers and relieve my concerns. I am 34 years old, and have a history of HPV. ... (4 replies)

... I had a couple of questions for you ladies..... ... (1 replies)
... and they rang to tell me it showed a couple cysts on right ovary, a 3cm fibroid and a thickened uterine lining. An appointment was made to see a gynocologist at the Womens clinic, but the wait was about 6 weeks. ... (6 replies)
... I popped in tonight because this was the first place I thought of finding answers for myself. ... (39 replies)
... occurances of periods the odd bit of cramping but that is all. Am not taking any HRT nor BC pills..... just trying to 'go with the flow' so to speak of hot flashes, and stuff. All easy for me to handle as not a reason for me to 'change' from who I am. ... (31 replies)
... I'm grateful that the medical community here in Canada are proactive and responsible, but sometimes I think it causes so much anxiety in women to go through all of this. I think the anxiety of waiting for results and wondering if it's your last days on earth, are far more debilitating then what you might actually have. ... (2 replies)
... Are you referring to a colposcopy? I am not sure if I spelled that right, all I know is if they ever want to do another one of those they will have to knock me out I won't put myself thru that kind of agony, I believe my gyno told me now they do it as an outpatient procedure, Most likely by D&C but every doctor is different in how they do their procedures. I don't mean to... (8 replies)
... Hi Belle, I am 38 years old and recently went through what you are describing. I had an ultrasound done due to pelvic pain and irregular periods. I was told my uterine lining was thick and cystic and I needed to have a biopsy. ... (7 replies)
... The doctor opens the cervix and inserts a sort of "straw" into the uterus. Then he or she literally twirls the straw around in there and sucks out endometrial tissue from the uterus. ... (8 replies)
... tech is not supposed to tell you anything at the time although I did have one tech tell me that it just looked like a heavy period. A biopsy said more but a lot of things can't be told by the ultrasound. They are basically looking at the size of the organs and the thickness of the uterine lining. ... (21 replies)
Ultrasound
Mar 7, 2008
... You will have to discuss this report with your doctor in order to confirm what it says. I would not worry though. Leiomyomas are just uterine fibroids which are benign. Yours says it is submucosal meaning that it is contained partially inside the uterine wall. ... (5 replies)
... I have polycystic ovaries and dysfunctional uterine bleeding, I had a hysteroscopy and polypectopy in december. Got results today saying I have overactive endometrial lining and am now at high risk of cancer. ... (11 replies)
... I just had an endo biopsy for thicken lining without bleeding. ... (11 replies)
... out 7 days, then stopped. We heard that having post menopausal bleeding is a bad sign, so she went in today for tests. They found a single polyp about the size of a marble in het uterus, and had it removed. They also did several biopsies, and like everyone else, we're now in the waiting game for the next 10 days. ... (4 replies)
... I have to wonder if it's been there for awhile but not discovered. I would think it would be difficult to even see on an ultrasound. Have you had a lot of ultrasounds in the past? ... (3 replies)




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