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Uterine polyps??
Feb 6, 2013
... periods. I have also been losing weight which he also said he doesn't think that is from the uterine polyps which is good!! Which makes me think that he doesn't think that it could be cancer. But really I don't know what to think. ... (0 replies)
... I am 42 years old. I have the BRCA 2 mutation and had stage 1 Breast cancer detected at 41 years old. I had a double mastectomy for that a year ago. ... (1 replies)
... I did decide to come of it, as i found out about the cancer risks involved. ... (3 replies)

... effects such as blood clots, cancer risk increase etc.. ... (3 replies)
... If what is going on in my uterus cannot be cancer or ever cancer, why bother it? ... (2 replies)
... I had a very large polyp, and polyps are NOT the same thing as fibroid tumors. My biopsy came back good, I am so thankful! To answer your question, I, at times, felt pressure in my bladder. ... (4 replies)
... I'll be 55 next month. I had bleeding and pain, and some pink discharge, so went to the doctor, who did a transvaginal ultrasound, and told me my uterine lining had enlarged to 21cm. Normal is 4 cm or less and anything over that needs to be evaluated. ... (4 replies)
... C and hysteriscope. They removed a large polyp, the beginning of several small possible polyps on my cervix, and the uterine lining. The pathology report came back benign. ... (0 replies)
... I think your bleeding and symptoms could very well come from the other, benign uterine conditions you mention you've suffered from in the past. ... (3 replies)
... The most common symptom of uterine cancer is abnormal vaginal bleeding. ... (3 replies)
... however, quite a few post menopausal women have a thicken uterine lining and the biopsy comes back negative. ... (1 replies)
... ed and my periods have been extremely heavy, painful and lasting about 9 days. I have a history of endometriosis and ovarian cysts and my family has a history of uterine cancer, my paternal grandmother had a complete hysterectomy at 38 and I am now 36. ... (2 replies)
... I was first diagnosed with polyps he said or just menopause or whatever, never really knew, just did the standard tests and told don't worry about it. That should have been my first clue. ... (16 replies)
... has always been ashamed of my body, something in my childhood I suppose. I hated it when I had to go to the gyno, and when I did look what happened. He took 3 polyps out of me and said it was nothing, nothing to worry about there. Easy for him to say. I say go for it and that will put your mind at ease. ... (55 replies)
... I truly wish you both the best of luck. I think this is one of the few places women can find some understanding!!! I am really curious to find out what both of your results are and have some similar issues that I am seeking anwsers for. So hopefully between the 3 of us we can figure something out!!! : ) I am 27 and hate being female sometimes because of female issues. I had... (5 replies)
... Hi Amie - glad to hear he is doing a D&C. This is a better way to make sure everything is okay and pathology will check was it removed - he will probably do a hysterscope at the same time to "look around" to see if there are any polyps (which do not show up on ultrasound). My first D&C found 8-10 polys which were probably causing my excessive bleeding. I had general... (7 replies)
... C yesterday for thickening of the uterine lining. I was not totally put out, and I actually watched the procedure on a video monitor. ... (2 replies)
... My wife is almost 52 years old and has been in menopause for the past 18 months (hot flashes, cold chills, etc). She is overweight and has never been pregnant. It's been 18-24 months since her last period (maybe longer). About 2 months ago, she had vaginal bleeding (period) which lasted about 7 days, then stopped. We heard that having post menopausal bleeding is a bad... (4 replies)
... terectomy at age 40 for heavy bleeding, fatigue, and cramping which began as polyps. GYN did DandC to remove polyp hoping that would relieve symptoms, telling me polyps aren't cancerous. After DandC GYN told me he removed polyp so everything should be fine... ... (6 replies)
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