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I'm 38. My dr say i hv complex hyperplasia with atypia is it a must to remove uterus ? Other than this any other way?

I'm 38. My dr say i hv complex hyperplasia with atypia  is it a must to remove uterus ? Other than this any other way?

No: If you want to consider keeping the uterus, it requires medical therapy. You would need someone who knows exactly what they are doing and why. Usually that would be a fertility specialist. The only reason to avoid hysterectomy would be for the purposes of fertility. ...Read more

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I'm 38 my doc say i hv complex hyperplasia with atypia . He ask me if i wan to remove my uterus?Other then remove my uterus no others way?

Some but...: With your complex hyperplasia with atypic, you have up to a 29% chance of an underlying cancer in your uterus. No question that hysterectomy is the definitive solution. For women that are not good surgical risks, high dose Progesterone with repeat biopsy may be an option for you. Good luck! ...Read more

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Bloody flat stools, abdominal pain, N/V, No hemorrhoids or fissures per pcp. H/o complex endometrial hyperplasia with atypia & ovarian tumor. Poss dx?

Bloody flat stools, abdominal pain, N/V, No hemorrhoids or fissures per pcp. H/o complex endometrial hyperplasia with atypia & ovarian tumor. Poss dx?

Need colonoscopy : The possibilities include inflammatory bowel disease, endometriosis, diverticular disease and something related to the tumor to name a few. Sounds like you need a colonoscopy. Ask you doctor about a GI referral. Also ask about the appropriateness of a ct scan. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Do you need to ave your ovaries removed because of endometrial hyperplasia with atypia?

Do you need to ave your ovaries removed because of endometrial hyperplasia with atypia?

Not usually: Endometrial hyperplasia (with or without atypia) has many causes, but often hormone imbalances can be the cause. Overweight patients have an increased risk of hyperplasia. Since the ovaries produce hormones, they may be involved. However, medical therapy can sometimes be used to manage hyperplasia. Ultimately, it is a precursor to cancer and requires close monitoring. ...Read more