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How long does it usually take to get the results back from an endometrial biopsy?

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Dr. Jeff Livingston
Obstetrics and Gynecology 22 years experience
Depends on lab: Using one of the big labs like quest or labcorp results should be available in 48 hours.
Dr. Audrey Lance
Gynecology 14 years experience
It depends: This all depends on the doctor's office or hospital. Usually one week should be enough time, but if your doctor has to send the results to an outside lab, it could take longer than that to get results back.

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A 39-year-old member asked:

How long will it take to get the results back from an endometrial biopsy?

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Dr. Jennifer Giltnane
Pathology 13 years experience
Depends on lab: Most pathology laboratories have a 2-3 day turn around time. However, timing factors and special studies can increase the time to results. To improve your chances of a quick turn-around time, schedule your biopsy early in the day and early in the week. Consider requesting that your biopsy be reviewed by a specialist in gynecologic pathology, although this can take longer to arrange.

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