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... one is 1cm and is predominately solid on the left side which my endo biopsied twice in one day, and the other 2 or about 6 and 7mm and are mostly cystic and one of these is on my isthmus which isn't a very common place for nodules to be! ... (5 replies)
... r hysterectomy and chemotherapy she went into a very short remission for just about a month and came home from the hospital but then her cancer spread to her lungs! My mother ironically was a social worker who worked with cancer patients! ... (5 replies)
... Start menustration at 11yrs. Always irregular until late twenties, when completely stopped due to Pit tumor. Had surgery at 29, and took med for 10 yrs...so I had periods. ... (5 replies)

... Hi, I'm 54, and last year I had radical hysterectomy for Endometrial Cancer. It was staged at II and radiation was recommended, but I refused it and the doctors respected my choice. ... (5 replies)
... right about how a lot of nurses and doctors get desensitized by the work that they do, I have always said this too and it's sadly obvious. But I'm a very caring sensitive person and I wouldn't get desensitized infact thats why I couldn't be a doctor or nurse! ... (5 replies)
... onc. I got on the website of the largest cancer hospital and bingo.. a self referral form was right there for me to complete. They make it very easy. Get your pathology reports and fax them to the new doc. ... (5 replies)
... I know our minds tend to think the worst. But the odds are in your favor that this isn't serious. ... (1 replies)
Is it possible?
Mar 16, 2013
... There's always chance for error but I thought the endometrial and cervical biopsies were very accurate. But, as far as ovarian cancer, there's no definitive test. ... (1 replies)
... me out I was crying the entire appointment and the doctor looked at me like I was a wimp. This coming from a male, I was twenty at the time I am now 35 so things are a little different with this test I hope. ... (8 replies)
... The doctor opens the cervix and inserts a sort of "straw" into the uterus. Then he or she literally twirls the straw around in there and sucks out endometrial tissue from the uterus. The only thing that I found uncomfortable is when the doctor clamped my cervix in order to keep it open. ... (8 replies)
Ultrasound
May 15, 2008
... The uterus measures 8.5 x 3.6 x 4.4 cm in dimension. The endometrial stripe measures 8.6 mm in thickness and is unremarkable in appearance. ... (1 replies)




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