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... Hello, I am new to the board and been having some worries. I am 38 years old and i've been having some gyn issues for a while now. I have always had irregular periods, with times of regular cylcles on and off. ... (8 replies)
... C and then send the tissue to pathology for inspection. The endometrial biopsy will, however be useful to ensure that the tissue cells in your uterus are normal. ... (8 replies)
... I am going through a similar pain, only on the left side. But my pain is definitely the ovary. I wasn't certain for quite awhile, but once I went in for a pelvic exam to the gyno and he felt the left ovary, I went through the roof in pain. The pain refers to my hip and down my leg, all the way to my calf. ... (8 replies)

... It's horrible having pain and not knowing what is causing it. I was convinced I had an ovarian cyst or something because of the pain in that area and the bloating.. but the only abnormality they found was with my uterus. I also had concern because my aunt died of ovarian cancer. ... (8 replies)
... cially when they clamp down on it. I had the worst cramping ever. I couldn't stand up after the test they had to wheel me out I was crying the entire appointment and the doctor looked at me like I was a wimp. This coming from a male, I was twenty at the time I am now 35 so things are a little different with this test I hope. ... (8 replies)
... I had my Endometrial Biopsy this morning and I have to say it was not as bad as I thought it was going to be. I was a little afraid after reading some of the horror stories on the web . ... (8 replies)
... Hi Estria, I don't remember what my Doctor said the thickness was. She read the report to me and of course it's all medical lingo so I was just trying to grasp what I could. ... (8 replies)
... The doctor opens the cervix and inserts a sort of "straw" into the uterus. Then he or she literally twirls the straw around in there and sucks out endometrial tissue from the uterus. The only thing that I found uncomfortable is when the doctor clamped my cervix in order to keep it open. ... (8 replies)

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