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Hist heavy irreg period+ lots bloodydisch/spot. no std pap normal butw endocells. prog not fix 2wk oc use btbleed. greataunt die 30 endo cancer worry?

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Dr. Bryan Kurtz
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See your GYN: You need to see your GYN. An ultrasound might be helpful to evaluate the bleeding. You might benefit from being on BCPs. At your age, the risk of something bad like uterine cancer is extremely low.
Dr. Philip Miller
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Consider biopsy: If symptoms continue, please see your GYN for a simple endometrial biopsy, a simple procedure which can be done in the office.
Dr. Anne Phelan-adams
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Not necessarily: Your great aunt isn't a close enough relative that her medical history would clearly impact yours. Presence of endothelial cells is normal in a properly performed Pap test. The real problem is the heavy irregular periods. It's not clear to me how long you've been on OC's. 3 months of regular OC use usually normalizes the menstrual cycle. Follow up with your doctor if the problem persists.

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