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... I should add, endometrial hyperplasia is caused by an excess of estrogen or a progesterone deficiency, which causes the lining to build up too thickly. ... (3 replies)
... I have read alot about this because I had to take tamoxafen for a couple of years post breast cancer and tamox can cause uterine thickening. ... (6 replies)
... I am 43 and having too frequent periods. I am passing what appear to be pieces of my uterine lining. ... (4 replies)

... C was to scrape out some fibroids and also to thin out the lining, without doing permanent stuff like hysterectomy etc. ... (31 replies)
... ht actually have. Still, I'm grateful. I just wanted to come back and write this so that anyone else coming in, might find some comfort in the fact that really a uterine cancer is very rare, sure it can happen, but even with bleeding there is still a benign reason for the most part. ... (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)
... In your case, they will have no problem getting enough cells because your lining is thick. ... (8 replies)
... I am 52 . After my tubal at 43, my periods, while regular, would start out with spotting for a couple days, usually 4 or 5, then I would get my full period for about 5-6 more. Have had ultrasounds over the years, including one directly after I finished my period to check out the longer periods, and results were normal, so didn't need a biopsy (lining was very thin and... (4 replies)
... years ago. They did a biopsy then, because my ultrasound showed I had a polyp, but it came back fine. 2 months later my sister found out she had uterine cancer and had a full hysterectomy. ... (8 replies)
... sed ultrasound done by my new gynocologist and an ultrasound technician. Dr. said my uterus looked great and that there were not polyps or suspicious areas, the lining measured . ... (2 replies)
... Not to worry any of you more than you are already worried, but uterine cancer is not that rare at all. It is expected that 1 out of 32 women will be diagnosed with endo or uterine cancer this year. ... (5 replies)

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