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Uterine Biopsy
Apr 14, 2012
... The bleeding was alot more than usual with clots, no cramps just heavy bleeding and clots. It lasted for 5 days and then calmed down to light spotting and I thought my period was going away. ... (1 replies)
... Hi everyone my name is Christine I am a single mom of 3 young girls and I'm waiting on my biopsy results. ... (2 replies)
... and, of course, it hurt like the dickens! I had cramping and bleeding the rest of Monday. Tuesday afternoon, the cramping got worse and today it is even worse than yesterday. Is this normal? ... (0 replies)

... 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)
... cramping off and on as well as vague pelvic pain that comes and goes. I eat a very healthy diet and cramping is not normal for me. ... (1 replies)
... Dear Lucy, First off, please by the grace of God, take a deep breath. ... (5 replies)
... that is a little weird. I've never had any pregnancies, and have had about 4 ultrasounds, and a couple of biopsies. But, that is me, and you are a different person, so I can only relate my experience. ... (1 replies)
... her had a hysterectomy and chemotherapy and they even tried alternative treatments, and after her 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! ... (5 replies)
... Hi all, Just joined this site today to tell you my story. I have had trouble for years with discharge spotting after my menopause. I just didn't realize that it was that important and it is. ... (55 replies)
... I am 51 yrs. old and have not had a period for about 2 years. ... (0 replies)
... To my comfort, there's no history of uterine or other femail cancers on either side of the family. ... (6 replies)
... Hello everyone. I just had an endo biopsy yesterday after a couple years of HEAVY bleeding, bleeding between periods, odd discharge, pelvic pain. ... (7 replies)
... 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. ... (9 replies)
... I had some bleeding from a cervical polyp that my family dr found during routine physical, sent me to gyn who removed it. Bleeding stopped as soon as the polyp was removed, never returned. The gyn also did a biopsy because she said it was standard whenever there is postmenopausal bleeding. ... (11 replies)
... I'm a newbie. ... (0 replies)
... After the endometrial biopsy, my gyn put me on a 3 week course of progesterone with the intent of bringing on my period so the endometrial lining would shed. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you for your good wishes and yes it is a deal, I am determined to fight for as long as I can. I believe in my heart that we are close to a cure for all cancers. I believe that it is in stem cell treatments. ... (16 replies)
... He was looking for signs of a polyp or other irregularity. Each month prior to these last two, I'd have significant breast tenderness and signs of PMS. ... (4 replies)
... I bled before menopause a kind of dark blood, after menopause I had rust colored staining off and on. Dr. told me not to worry about it for years. So during those years I didn't. ... (55 replies)
... gyn after having an mri done that shows stable endometrial irregularity in the lower uterine segment and they suggest a biopsy. ... (5 replies)


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