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Uterine Polyps & Thickening Of The Uterus

Discussion in 'Pregnancy & Gynecological Issues' started by Aquatic Waves, Nov 11, 2019.

  1. Aquatic Waves

    Aquatic Waves Well-Known Member

    United States
    Does anyone here have or had uterine polyps or a thick uterus? When I went to see a gynecologist a month ago for an exam, he said my uterus walls (uterine wall) was thick and that maybe I could had polyps. When I have my period, I usually bleed heavy for a couple of days. That could be a sign there (according to the doctor) but then again, it was always that way for years. And I was never told anything about that from my past gynecologists. I went to an other obgyn for a second advice but he couldn't do the testings bc his equipment was in his other office too far away from me. My sister had found a walk in gyn near her home and she offered to take me. However, we gotten into an argument recently and I haven't seen her for a little while. I honestly do need someone to go with me for emotional support and my sister is the only one. But I don't need drama from her so I'm in a dilemma. Anyway, I've been reading about both polyps and causes of the uterus to thicken. It says it can cause cancer. Especially in women who were never pregnant and in their 30's like me. So now I'm getting worried. Has anyone here experienced this? Please help
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  2. SkyWriting

    SkyWriting The Librarian Supporter

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    What 3 things do you love about your sister and are grateful for? Think on these things constantly. You'll find that you are unable to argue while you are being grateful.
  3. *LILAC

    *LILAC Well-Known Member Supporter

    Have you resolved the sister issue yet? My sister had a similar situation and although she got the all-clear for anything cancerous, she had a successful hysterectomy.