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... Here's a summary of the medical thinking on that, taape: I don't know if this board allows hyperlinks. (2 replies)
... I recently had a uterine ultrasound due to what I then thought was a bladder infection. My gyno said that my uterus showed "something that shouldn't be there". ... (6 replies)
... I just got a call from the Gyno office. My pap came back with endometrial cells and an ultrasound showed thickening in the uterine wall. I asked if this meant I had endometriosis? ... (1 replies)

... Hi! I just got a call from the Gyno office. My pap came back with endometrial cells and an ultrasound showed thickening in the uterine wall. I asked if this meant I had endometriosis? ... (1 replies)
... My doctor has ordered an ultrasound for me following my pap test. She said that it was normal but also said there were endometrial cells present which shouldn't be there. Does this sound right or has anybody had to do this? ... (2 replies)
... ho are estrogen dominant or who are menopausal and taking estrogen only hormone therapy may experience a heavy thickening of the lining which can in turn lead to endometrial hyperplasia and possibly endometrial cancer. ... (22 replies)
... paps. Until this past November. I had an abnormal pap with atypical glandular cells. The ECC was normal and HPV negative. And I went back for another ECC and endometrial biopsy. ... (3 replies)
... I went in to the doc because of abnormal menses and for an annual exam. Because of the bleeding, he chose to do an ultrasound and endometrial biopsy to rule out any problems there. The results of that came back clear, but the pap came back showing atypical glandular cells. ... (17 replies)
... vaginal cells when pulling out the instrument? ... (38 replies)
... of ALL people will have HPV at some point. Anyway..... Had a pap Feb. 2012 and it came back atypical glandular cells of unknown significance and positive for HPV. I have since had a colposcopy, endocervical biopsy, endometrial biopsy and a cervical biopsy. ... (11 replies)
... et checked, which you have, and soon you will have more information. To reassure you, my ECC results came back with CIN 1, cannot rule out High grade lesion. The endometrial biopsy came back normal. ... (38 replies)
... I was relieved not to have to have the endometrial biopsy, as I read on the internet that it's brutally painful for some women, and at least moderately painful for all women. ... (14 replies)
... ything at first, I'll need to continue having these tests done for a while, considering the possibility of glandular involvement. I also plan to request a pelvic ultrasound if things come back normal the first time. ... (38 replies)
... epithelial cell abormality atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance . satisfactory for evaluation. ... (4 replies)
... om my colposcopy and ECC. So far so good the Dr. did not see anything that looked bad and actually found me to have a cervical eversion which means my glandular cells extend out onto my cervix. ... (13 replies)
... Had atypical glandular cells of unknown origin 6 mos ago on a pap. ... (1 replies)
... Regarding the procedures, I've had a colpo, ECC and endometrial biopsy, and for me, the endo biopsy was the worst, although definitely bearable. ... (38 replies)
... scraping. It was negative. Then I had an ultrasound to look at the lining of my uterus. ... (10 replies)
... gyn last week. I received a call today that I have "cell changes in my endometrial cells" and need to be scheduled for yet another ultrasound and uterine biopsy. ... (1 replies)
... I am a 26 year old who has just been diagnosed with atypical glandular cells. I am scheduled for colposcopy, ultrasound and endometrial biopsy over the next few weeks and I am scared to death. My Dr. ... (13 replies)

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