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... How long should the cramping last after a biopsy and should it get worse day by day instead of better? ... (0 replies)
... I had a uterine biopsy yesterday afternoon. Now I have cramping like with a period. I was wondering how long to expect this to last or what your experiences were. ... (2 replies)
... I had no periods since 2005! Its was glorious. Then this October, I started to experience a discharge and pain in my lower abdomen on both sides. I called doctor whose office staff told me to get a pregnancy test since I was now dating and being intimate. ... (5 replies)

... then start spotting again. I am 53. I went for a uterine biopsy last week and am waiting for results. I don't have any pain just a little "heaviness" around the time I'm going to start. ... (2 replies)
Uterine Biopsy
May 27, 2012
... I went to a new dr. and told him what was going on. He says I have an enlarged uterus that is about the size of an 8 to 10 week pregnancy. He did a biopsy of my uterus also. I am waiting for the results to come back. I am panicing, always thinking the worst. What was the outcome of your biopsy? ... (1 replies)
... must be proven incompetent, my mom was the same way but in the end she fought it and had cancer 3 x 3 types. i just went through several bad dx myself they did a uterine biopsy. the truth is that even with treatment if it is this late in the game not much that can be done other then offer her pain meds. do not be angry at us. ... (22 replies)
... I honestly don't know what's involved with a uterine biopsy, but as they're going in, couldn't they do an ovarian biopsy as well? ... (8 replies)
... Thanks, that helps a lot! I wasn't sure if it was normal to have pain afterward. I'd asked the nurse about pain meds for after the procedure, and she told me that I should be fine! So, I was a little worried that this might not be the normal! ... (2 replies)
... t was way too late. I researched Tamoxifen and was aware of all of the side effects and risks. It was not an easy decision to make, especially with the risk of uterine cancer, although small, I was concerned about protecting myself from one type of cancer only to end up with another. ... (5 replies)
... I just got a call from the physician assistant who ordered an ultrasound for me because of my complaints of pelvic pain for the past month. I also had some UTI symptoms for which they treated me for, even though they said the urine same was negative. ... (13 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)
... To my comfort, there's no history of uterine or other femail cancers on either side of the family. ... (6 replies)
... I had 2 uterine biospies, first didn't hurt at all since lining was so thick, 2nd one was uncomfortable but not incredibly painful, same goes for the ECC. Good luck to you. ... (1 replies)
... occurrences of watery, light pink spotting that lasted about 5 days each and happened about 37 days apart. With the second one I had severe low back and pelvic pain on the left side. I went to my gyno because I take Tamoxifen and know that uterine cancer is a side effect of this drug. ... (1 replies)
... I am 32. When my grandma was 30, she had full uterine cancer and needed a hysterectomy. Now, I have Atypical Endocervical Glandular Cells. I have lots of pelvic pain. Biopsy is the 22nd of this month. ... (1 replies)
... C to obtain a biopsy from the uterus? ... (31 replies)
... did a pelvic exam, a pretty thorough one, I would have kicked her had I not just been given a new lease on life, but she twisted everything around and found the pain that I was having. ... (13 replies)
... In a woman who is still fertile and able to have children, a thickened lining is usually just over active hormones. It is a pain in terms of cramps, bleeding and aggravation but not usually cancer. ... (31 replies)
... Does anybody know how accurate endometrial biopsy really are? ... (5 replies)
... hello hon dont panic i had a pap and it showed cells i had biopsy on thrusday just came back monday no cancer i had no bleeding the first sign of uterine cancer is bleeding pain you were proably getting over your cycle and that is normal good to still have checked it only takes 3 days usually to come back cells shed during a menstral cycle and this is normal but they still... (16 replies)


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