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... It's sort of surprising a biopsy wasn't done before now but if you had ultrasounds that showed the lining was being shed properly / thinning out then a biopsy isn't typically necessary. Have you been checked for a bleeding / clotting disorder? It seems that's oftentimes overlooked. However, it seems you would have been bleeding heavily since you started menstruating not... (9 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)
... C and hyperscopy. Both showed no cancer but hyperplasia. My endometrium lining is very thick. I am 53. My doctor is really pushing for me to have a hysterectomy that i don't want to have. She has prescribed progesterone. ... (11 replies)

... I had bleeding after 3 years of menopause with no bleeding A scan showed a thick lining and polyp I had both removed and biopsies were fine (11 replies)
... t's normal for the endometrium to get as thick as 16mm when still menstruating. Once you've gone a full year without a period and not taking HRT, they prefer the lining to be no more than 4 or 5mm. ... (11 replies)
... Well the Hysteroscopy was done on Tuesday, everything went well. When I woke up I was told that the uterine lining that looked thick on an ultrasound ( actually 15 mm. not 11mm), was perfect and thin on the inside, I'm not entirely sure how that happened but I was half relieved and half upset because I had spent two months or more living in my anxiety hell, and then two... (2 replies)
... women, I didn't go to the doctor with spotting or bleeding, I went to my doctor with mild cramps and bladder pressure and was sent for an ultra sound. My uterine lining was 11 mm, I was sent to a gynocologist for a biopsy with pipelle, and it came back "disordered proliferative endometrium". ... (2 replies)
... gyn he said that my endio lining was 5 cm to thick. Tried to do biopsy in.office no go, cervix stenosis, did pap smear and we decided to do hysterocpy. ... (1 replies)
So scared
Oct 11, 2016
... I'm having this polyp removed on Friday. Today I went to my GP about something else and she read my uterine scan report. All was good. Lining ok. Ovaries fine. Couple of small fibroids and my little friend the polyp sitting on my cervix !! ... (6 replies)
... Hi Ladies, I'm new here. This is my first post. I'm asking for opinions on what's going on with me based on your personal experiences and hope you'd share with me. I'm Sherise. I'm 32 years old and on Tuesday (today's Friday) I went to the gyn for a 6 month post partum check up after the birth of my 2nd child. During that visit, I mentioned to her that my periods are... (0 replies)
... Hi. I thought I responded, but I don't see it here. LOL. The biopsy was negative, and the doctor says that I should get a period this month. Still waiting... I imagine it will be kind of a bad one - since no real bleeding - just a few cramps and spotting are still going on. THANK YOU for your reply. (4 replies)
... Glad to hear it came back and all is well! Hopefully, the cyst will resolve as most do. You should sleep well tonight! (4 replies)
... Thank you! Yes, my doctor called me today with the news! I could not believe it came back so soon. Now I just have to deal with an ovarian cyst - repeat US in August. She seemed to think that it's not a big worry... THANK YOU for your response. Oh, and she also said that I will be getting a period soon. It's so cool how they can tell that from a sample of the... (4 replies)
... Had some postmenopausal bleeding after almost 2 yrs of nothing. Week before I did this, I had all the symptoms of a period. Breast tenderness etc, then just a very light show for about a day and a half. Had a trans us, which showed nothing alarming, teeny cyst, tiny fibroid, but she said the thickness was 5 mm and just to be safe, we did an endometrial biopsy. She said she... (1 replies)
Terrified!
Apr 11, 2016
... o the gyno for that reason and concerns for PCOS. I had a pap and was given an ultrasound. I was told that I have a small cyst on my ovary, but was told that the lining of my uterus was very thick 23mm! She said that she doesn't feel it is PCOS or Menopause... what could it be? ... (1 replies)
... happen during perimenopause when hormones fluctuate a lot but not having had a period for 2 years is not considered peri. Of course, estrogen builds the uterine lining and also feeds fibroids. ... (4 replies)
... I am sorry you are dealing with this. Yes, the fibroids could be the cause of the bleeding. And fibroids or polyps can also make the lining appear thicker than it is. It must be really frustrating that the biopsy cannot be done. ... (5 replies)
... Estring and to my shock the ring and my finger was covered with blood! I had the ultra sound and the ultrasound doc said I had some thickening of my endometrial lining and fibroids so they couldn't fully check for cancer. That was last Wednesday and I haven't heard back from my family doctor yet. ... (0 replies)
... It is usually done shortly after your period not during since that is when the lining is thinnest. ... (3 replies)
... The lining typically gets quite thick during the last half of your cycle (after you ovulate). It is hard to say why your WBC count is high. Hopefully, you will get some answers and relief soon! (2 replies)


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