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Uterine Lining
Sep 16, 2011
... Please don't think for a moment that it means you have cancer. I'm 54 and my uterine lining had enlarged to 21! ... (2 replies)
... and they rang to tell me it showed a couple cysts on right ovary, a 3cm fibroid and a thickened uterine lining. An appointment was made to see a gynocologist at the Womens clinic, but the wait was about 6 weeks. ... (6 replies)
... To my comfort, there's no history of uterine or other femail cancers on either side of the family. ... (6 replies)

... and when I hit menopause the tumours shrunk as they are 'fed on a blood supply' which as we know stops when we are in full menopause. ... (31 replies)
... Depending on your age, thickened endometrial lining can mean a number of things. ... (31 replies)
... Back to is good that you are getting checked. Your doc must have thought your uterine lining was thicker, and for that they will do a biopsy. ... (1 replies)
... I have read alot about this because I had to take tamoxafen for a couple of years post breast cancer and tamox can cause uterine thickening. ... (6 replies)
... no post menopause bleeding unlike last time. Been in menopause now for 5 years. ... (31 replies)
... I should add, endometrial hyperplasia is caused by an excess of estrogen or a progesterone deficiency, which causes the lining to build up too thickly. ... (3 replies)
... ormone replacement or, if not, with calcium supplementation to reduce your risk of osteoporosis. The ovaries produce estrogen which protects you from this until menopause .. then within the first five years of menopause you loose a substantial amount of bone mass so you have to protect against this as much as possible. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Caring, thank you for your reply. You first sentence seems to have been cut off. :I just was dx with." Are you referring to the dysplasia? I had that 13 years ago, they did a leep, and my paps have been normal since. I am wondering what the biopsy is going to show. Scared out of my mind. I don't want to go through, or have my family go through cancer. I was caretaker of... (13 replies)
... with. I have had cervical dysplasia over the years and abnormal periods. warning signs. i began to bleed badly then it stopped and it began again. i had this and uterine fibroids all benign. if the biopsy is ok you may be given some meds to help slough it all off. get info on iron because you will need. i got very anemic. ... (13 replies)
... Thank you so much for your response, I got my results and much the same as you they were abnormal in the sense of polyps and thickening and most likely numerous fibroids. My doc is scheduling my surgery to remove my uterus, My history is for alot of adhesions and endometriosis as well as what is now going on and with 3 little ones running around and the awful cramping and... (2 replies)
... fibroids and thickened uterine lining. I had a biopsy and everything was fine. I'm almost 51 now and I've had about 4 biopsy's for the same issues. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I've been down this road - started with a slightly thickened lining (don't remember the number). I had numerous biopsy's and ultrasounds - about every 3 - 6 months. It was very frustrating to go on like this - I had cysts also - that came and went. After about 3 years (I know that sounds like alot of dr visits - it was), I had a biopsy come back with mild atypical cells.... (6 replies)
... e back it was negative. I did not know what that meant. I had been having a massive heavy period at that time. It was noted about the fibiroids but when I hit menopause they vanished. ... (31 replies)
... menopausal. That doesn't mean you're in menopause! This menopause mess lasts for decades for many women. ... (31 replies)
... You don't say how old you are. If you are having trouble with your periods or still bleeding after menopause that is not normal. I found out the hard way. If it puts your mind at ease go for the biopsy. My dr. was an idiot and he still is. ... (6 replies)
... fibroids feed off the blood which is given to the uterous, but when full menopause hits, usually the fibroids shrink. ... (31 replies)
... is indicative of approaching menopause . ... (31 replies)

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