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... I got a call from my doctor today about the pathology results. I don't have uterine cancer! Instead, I have Endometrial hyperplasia, which causes extra cells to grow in the uterus. ... (39 replies)
... You have the biopsy because sometimes cells are so high in the uterus that they remain undetected. Be thankful that your health professionals are doing everythng they should to ensure that you are clear. ... (14 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)

... Thank goodness it isn't cancer but why did the gyn say it is necessary for you to have a hysterectomy? ... (39 replies)
... I had the same diag in Oct . ... (4 replies)
... Sorry to take so long to reply to you.. Just finished second chemo last week with no promises of anything from the dr. Chemo has just drained me and then I got pneumonia on top of it and was barely able to breathe, eat or drink. ... (5 replies)
... are clearly seen on ultrasounds,the friend who went in to her dr was 52 she was then sent for a hystoscope plus biopsy and was told a currette, when she woke up the Dr said he removed 2 large polyps and all is fine now for her. ... (4 replies)
... ll. You always will think about almost never stop thinking it could be somewhere else...we all call that cancer head. You of course are probably thinking the worse and let me tell you.. everyone does it. It's just natural and believe me, it's the worst part of getting a cancer dx. You may have a very simple fibroid.. ... (83 replies)
... Hi, three years ago I had a little spotting and that shouldn't happen after menopause. I was 60 yrs old and 100 lbs over weight when this started. Doctor said the fat cells were producing too much estrogen that was pouring into my uterus. ... (7 replies)
... C but every doctor is different in how they do their procedures. I don't mean to scare anyone but Its the biopsy removal that hurts especially when they clamp down on it. I had the worst cramping ever. ... (8 replies)
... Oh how I wish that it was that easy to have an ovarian biopsy. Unfortunately, that's not the way it works. ... (8 replies)
... I was diagnosed with uterine cancer last October, had a hysterectomy including the removal of the ovaries, fallopian tubes and the cervix in November. The pathology report stated the ovaries, fallopian tubes and cervix were negative for cancer cells. ... (4 replies)
... I too had been menopausal for about 6 years when I started spotting last December. But, because of a lot of things going on in my life, even though I was spotting every month, I did not get in to see GYN until April. ... (3 replies)
Please help
Oct 12, 2009
... b results showed precancerous changes, but not actual cancer, therefore, they sent me along to the oncologist because they wanted him to supervise my case and be in the loop on any developments in case it turned out that it became cancer and there would be no delay to get him on my case immediately. ... (8 replies)
... my mom just found out less than a week ago. that cancerous cells were found in the lining of her uteris. she was diagnosed with endometriosis a few months ago, and at that time she did NOT have the cells. ... (2 replies)
... Could tell me what the doctor told your mother about this cancer? ... (2 replies)
... I just went thru this. My pap was fine, but uterine cells showed up. I just had the biopsy done and just got results that everything was fine. I was so scared and worked up for so long. I know exactly what you are going thru, hang in there. ... (6 replies)
... I'm 54 and last year I went through similar. The biopsy was too uncomfortable, so he prescribed me vicodin and valium....I think, all I remember is that it was one pill each of two different drugs. ... (7 replies)
... I had them show up one year, and the next year they did not. The doctor told me that it is not uncommon for endo cells to show up if you are still having periods, and your pap was close to your period. My research on the internet seems to say the same thing. ... (6 replies)
What to do ?
Jun 6, 2014
... I don't know much about AIS but it is very rare for cancer cells to be found on a Pap test in women who are screened regularly. And high grade dysplasia usually doesn't develop quickly either. ... (8 replies)

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