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... C and removed it and the extremely heavy bleeding. Now he recommends a total hysterectomy, because he believes another polyp will probably grow in the future. ... (0 replies)
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... in the pelvis area or stomach...he said either uterus or ovary cancer. ... (6 replies)

... of the myometrium. They also use the grades 1, 2 or 3 to denote how aggressive the cancer cells look under a scope. I was told my cancer is a Grade 2. ... (2 replies)
Am really nervous
Jan 14, 2010
... menopausal at age 41, but I also had a very disturbing experience with an endometrial biopsy done in the doctor's office that was wrong. I had the biopsy because the ultrasound clearly showed that my lining was too thick for the time of month it was in my cycle. ... (5 replies)
... Hi everyone! This is my first time on this site. I was impressed with the amount of support people are willing to offer each other. I am in need of some support myself. I am 34 years old and finished having children. ... (1 replies)
... A shift in hormones can cause post menopausal bleeding. ... (83 replies)
... All I can add to the above post is trust your gut. An endometrial biopsy if done right will detect cancerous cells. The problem is that unless you get the biopsy from the right place, you don't get accurate results. I had an ultrasound which did show a "thickening" in the endo lining up near the top of the uterus. ... (2 replies)
... I am going for my MRI today due to a tumor they ound in my uterus. ... (0 replies)
... of the time exactly ten days before my period would arrive. I also have a normal period. I am scheduled for an ultrasound and biopsy tomorrow. ... (5 replies)
... onc. but said it could wait til after the holidays. ... (2 replies)
... Don't my opinion the answer is YES. All could be fine. If not the procedure could be simple and save you worry and a larger operation later. ... (6 replies)
... c hystoroscopy,and endo biospy. my gyne has told me no cancer or pre cancer cells but because the womb has a thick lining i will have to have another biospy in 6 months time has anyone else had this result or been told to come back after what seems to be an all clear? ... (1 replies)
... or a routine pap on fir and im very scared theyll tell me i have cancer! for no good reason at all!im 34 and my friends all seem to have come back pos for cancer cells and im worried ill be next! i have no sypmtoms i know of but im worried how i will handle the mental strtess if itspos. ... (6 replies)
... God, my Dr did recommend that I also have a ultrasound to rule anything else out. I will be going for that also. I would go ahead and have the biopsy done, by the way, nothing to it. I worried that it would hurt, but it was done and over with in about 5 minutes. hang in there..... ... (6 replies)
... for precancerous cells and high dysplasia and now 2nd round of female issues. ... (2 replies)
... A pap smear will only tell you what is going on with the cervix, not the uterus and not the ovaries. Unfortunately it is common to have a pap smear showing pre cancerous cells known as dysplasia. This is a far cry from cancer. ... (6 replies)
... no post menopause bleeding unlike last time. Been in menopause now for 5 years. ... (31 replies)
Scared silly
Dec 16, 2009
... No, it doesn't always mean cancer. But something is wrong in there. Maybe polyps or a thickened endometrial lining. ... (7 replies)
... I just had a endometrial biopsy and they vacuumed the cells out..I also had a vaginal ultrasound where they inject saline in and look at the lining of the uterus and everything looked okay..they can also look at it in 3D and it was not built up and looked healthy..but I still am having bleeding on and off. ... (14 replies)

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