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Doctor insights on: Burning The Lining Of The Uterus

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Why might someone have lining of the uterus is thick?

Why might someone have lining of the uterus is thick?

What did your doc: Say? Your doc should have explained all of the possible causes to you, could be from too much estrogen building up benign tissue, could be form intrauterine polyps or fibroids, could be from pre-cancer- hyperplasia or endometrial cancer if you were my pt i would do an in office hysteroscopy and biopsy to r/o anything bad and then i can rec txmnent, hopefully your doc does this in the office. ...Read more

Uterus (Definition)

The uterus is a muscular organ in a woman's pelvis where the the fertilized egg attaches ...Read more


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What does it mean when the lining of the uterus is thick but your not bleeding?

What does it mean when the lining of the uterus is thick but your not bleeding?

US reading: Assuming this was from an US reading, it simply means that your uterus was measured and found to be in the "thick" classification category. As long as you are getting regular routine evaluations with your GYN dr. and getting your normal screening test done, and have no symptoms, AND assuring your GYN knows the report of the US, and is following you...then you should be fine. ...Read more

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Can you tell me where does the bleeding come from if it is not the lining of the uterus sloughing off?

Can you tell me where does the bleeding come from if it is not the lining of the uterus sloughing off?

You are right !: The lining of the uterus known as endometrium builds up every cycle as a thin lining insiode the uterine cavity. When it sheds, the uterine wall bleeds. This is the period. ...Read more

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How lining of the uterus cause infertility?

How lining of the uterus cause infertility?

Implantation: The uterine lining can potentially be too thick or too thin to allow embryos to adequately implant. At times there may be pathologic abnormalities such as polyps or fibroids present. In addition scar tissue can exist between the front and the back of the uterine wall to prevent implantation. ...Read more

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How does the implanon change the lining of the uterus? How long after will i be able to have kids?

Use protection: Implanon protects against pregnancy, but not stds so use protection if that is a concern. The drug hormone released makes the uterine lining less friendly for a fertilized egg to implant. The Implanon website is a good one. Read it for further information, but it states you can conceive during the first week after Implanon is removed. ...Read more

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Could you tell me what happens to the lining of the uterus when you skip a period?

Could you tell me what happens to the lining of the uterus when you skip a period?

Dpends: If you ovulated and don't bleed, your lining will get thicker. If you did not ovulate, your lining may not be thicker. Be prepared for your next period to be heavier. If you are late for your period, you might be pregnant. Home tests are very accurate, . ...Read more

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What is it called when they cut the lining of the uterus and why do they do it? Will you still have a period if it gets cut off?

What is it called when they cut the lining of the uterus and why do they do it? Will you still have a period if it gets cut off?

Curettage: Scraping out the lining of the uterus is called curettage. It comes from the french word curage, meaning to clean out. The procedure is commonly called a d ; c. It can be done after a miscarriage to be sure no tissue remains, or sometimes to obtain tissue for examination, e.g., if there may be concern for cancer. The procedure will not stop you from having periods. ...Read more

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I have fibroids not more than 3cms. They are four and one is pushing on the lining of the uterus the others are on top. Should i operate?

I have fibroids not more than 3cms. They are four and one is pushing on the lining of the uterus the others are on top. Should i operate?

Consider fibroid emb: Are you having symptoms such as heavy menstrual bleeding or pelvic pain from the fibroids. If not i wouldn't recommend any treatment. If you are having symptoms, i think you should consider fibroid embolization instead of surgery. It is an outpatient, minimally invasive procedure associated with minimal risks with similar results as surgery.. ...Read more