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You were just lucky to not have any bleeding. I have had two endo biopsies, the first one really did not bother me and I think the reason was because my lining was really thick (18mm) and the one I had last year did bother me somewhat. I had bleeding after this one too, just for a couple of days. I am told the secret to having endo biopsies is to take two extra strength tylenol, some advil or motrin about one hour before your appointment. I know that I did take the two advil the first time I had the biopsy, however, I was not expecting to have the second biopsy, so I did not take anything--well I felt that one. Your bleeding should only last a couple of days.
I hope your results come out alright--lets us know.
After my endometrial biopsy I did bleed more. I was bleeding before the biopsy too. After the biopsy I bled a lot more like the lining had been jolted off or something. After awhile it wasn't so bad, but results for me were Uterine cancer, stage 1C. Already had a hysterectomy and awaiting starting radiation. What fun.......thanks.
Prayers & well wishes to all those who have gotten cancer diagnoses.

I'm 38 years old & haven't had any children. I just had my 1st biopsy on Friday and am still spotting, after bleeding that was heavier than I thought it would be immediately after the procedure. While I found the biopsy downright uncomfortable and somewhat painful, it was at least over quickly.

How long did you have to wait for your pathology results?

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