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... with atypical cells. It is those atypical cells that they are probably wanting to check for at the hospital. ... (2 replies)
... I had a biopsy come back with mild atypical cells. All the previous ones were normal. ... (6 replies)
... stopped meds and progressed to complex hyperplasia but both times no atypia. I was strongly against having a hysterectomy since there were no atypical cells. ... (2 replies)

Update on biopsy
Feb 28, 2018
... my d and c biopsy was done to further investigate my lining to see if they had missed anything in the in office biopsy. That result was simple hyperplasia no atypia. ... (13 replies)
... Atypical endometrial cells suspicious for adenocarcinoma. The doctor says no endometrial cells should be present past menopause on a pap test. ... (4 replies)
Update on biopsy
Feb 27, 2018
... not sure what you mean by a cone biopsy i had a d and c one with a hysto something where they put a light in the uterus to see. ... (13 replies)
... C in 2005, it came back with atypical cells and she just said she needed to monitor me more closely and I needed to call her immediately if I didn't get a period or if I did. ... (5 replies)
... omy. NO CANCER!!! So happy to come to and be given this news. Also very glad I had the surgery before I was dx'd with uterine cancer. They did find extensive atypical cells in the uterine wall so it was probably just a matter of time. Again so glad we caught it early. ... (3 replies)
... I'm sorry you're dealing with this! I had read up on hyperplasia previously and found a helpful document that showed regression and progression percentages by type. There are four types. Simple with atypia, simple w/o atypia, complex with atypia and complex w/o atypia. Complex with atypia is the most likely to progress to cancer although it seems I read that there's about a... (9 replies)
... Personally, I would opt for the D&C since there is atypia (atypical cells that are not cancerous but could eventually become cancerous if left there to grow). That prodecure is no big deal, and cleans the uterus out. There should be followup afterward to monitor the endometrium. Never take estrogen therapy without progesterone intermittently, as that will cause the lining to... (7 replies)
... C and she removed 2 polyps said uterus looked good. But test results weren't what we expected. I have atypical cells, precancer. They were not sure if it was in the actual lining of uterus or the polyps. I'm really hoping to have the uterus taken out via vagina. ... (2 replies)
... I am 54 years old and in menopause and have just been diagnosed with Atypical Hyperplasia. I am hoping someone out there can help me with a decision and apologise if this post becomes long winded. ... (0 replies)
Scared silly
Jan 8, 2010
... If the report says that you have atypical hyperplasia, than that means that you have precancerous cells that need to be removed and you will need to be followed closely. ... (7 replies)
... And the chances of precancerous cells occuring in areas around the uterus? ... (0 replies)




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