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Depends: Depending on when in your menstrual cycle the pelvic ultrasound was done, a 17 mm endometrium may or may not imply a serious issue, but it does warrant further investigation such as repeat ultrasound ( if one was done right before the period) or possible endometrial biopsy, if original ultrasound was done right after the cycle. Talk to your gynecologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What're the chances of a very thick endometrial lining being cancerous in a post menopausal woman?
Need a biopsy: Although a thickened endometrial lining can be one of the findings in uterine cancer, this finding alone does not confer a diagnosis of cancer. Typically, a post-menopausal woman will present with vaginal bleeding to her ob/gyn. Her doctor will then perform an endometrial biopsy to confirm or negate a diagnosis of cancer. ...Read more
What to do if I'm bleeding for nearly. 15 days and a scan shows 15 mm thick endometrial is this cancer?
What do you suggest if i'm bleeding for nearly. 15 days and a scan shows 15 mm thick endometrial is this cancer?
May need biopsy: In a perimenopausal women with 15 consecutive days of bleeding and a thickened endometrial stripe, a possible cause could be endometrial hyperplasia (pre-cancer). The way to know for certain would be to have an endometrial biopsy. This would rule in / rule out hyperplasia and cancer. Please disucss your concerns with your doctor or provider and ask any questions that you have. Wishing you well. ...Read more
What does a thick endometrial wall mean ..My doc said it looked like cheese with holes ..Thickness was 23mm?
Endometrium: I have never heard of an endometrial description like your doctor described to you, but i guess what he meant is that it is enlarged for some reason and might cause some abnormal bleedi g. ...Read more
Post menopausal had D&C for 9mm thick endometrial lining. No malignancy. Is it very likely that the D&C will prevent lining from getting thick again?
What could be the cause of my thick endometrial lining ( 21mm on CD 11) ? My endometrial biopsy results were normal and all hormone testing is normal.
I went from having incredibly heavy periods for several months to spotting instead of a period for 13 days. Ultrasound showed thick endometrial stripe?
Blood test : Rule out pregnancy, If negative LH, FSH, estradiol, progesterone, prolactin and thyroid blood testing to see if a hormonal problem is the culprit. A sonohysterogram, endometrial biopsy and a hysteroscopy to evaluate what is in the uterus may be needed. If biopsy is negative and no polyp, provera (medroxyprogesterone) is given to bleed the thick lining. If hormone off birth control can be used to regularized cycle. ...Read more
2 CM thick endometrial lining 17 day of cycle with bulky uterus. Regular periods never unusual bleeding. Followup us at 9/10 cycle.Cancer?
Less likely: With regular periods your endometrial stripe would not likely indicate cancer, but 20 mm is unusually thick - esp. With regular periods. It most likely mean nothing, it could possibly represent endometrial hyperplasia. Your doctor can and should discuss this with you, he./she may recommend an endometrial biopsy. ...Read more
I have no period right now.i had a tvs ultrasound today.the doctor said normal sized uterus, thick endometrial stripe, normal ovaries and cervix.
Congratulations ! ?: Your transvaginal sonogram seems to be normal...depending on your age, parity, personal and family history , the medical indication for the tvs etc. If by "I have no period now" you mean you are postmenopausal or if you use estrogens, you may need a saline sonohysterogram or further evaluation by endometrial biopsy. Consult the gynecologist who knows you. ...Read more
Is a thick 18mm endometrial stripe a cause of concern? I had an us 2 days before my period. But looked at an us from 2 years ago and endo was 1.1cm.
The endometrial: stripe is thickest right before a period and thinnest at the end of the period. 18 mm is slightly above the maximum considered normal. This is called "endometrial hyperplasia." Its significance depends partly on your age, menstrual pattern & the degree of irregularity of the stripe. Your Gyno may need to "sample" or biopsy the endometrium to get a firm diagnosis. Dr. Anne ...Read more
Im 28 year old eager to conceive...i hv irregular periods i don't no exact ovulation periods....at 21st day of my cycle endometrial thick 13.3mm..
Need more info: A couple of thing, first have intercourse to enjoy and show your love with your husband. Secondly have intercourse when you are not tired and have privacy. Thirdly stress on your mind that you are having sex just to make a baby can have an impact on conceiving. And lastly Consult with your GYN to examine you & maybe prescribe medication to regulate your period &show u how you can predict ovulation ...Read more
Since ttc, I have started having pre-menstrual spotting for 3-4 days before actual period for 8 days. TTC for 8 months. Endometrial lining thick. ?
Please help me to understand this, "normal sized anteverted uterus with thick and triple-lined endometrial stripe of 1.52cm. Pcos, bilateral. Thanks?
Normal except ovary: Your uterus is 100% normal. Your ultrasound showed "pcos bilateral" and yet pcos is not a diagnosis made by ultrasound. The syndrome is defined by the menstrual and hormonal abnormalities with or without polycystic ovaries. This website may help: http://www.Uchospitals.Edu/specialties/pcos/pcos.Html. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is endometrial thickness 17.5mm to thick for day 15 just about to ovulate i thought 15mm was max?
What did you doc: Say? Cause obviously you had the ultrasound and you doc should have discussed the results with you , that is the standard of care in the us, in the us anything over 10 mm is considered too thick. ...Read more
Why would part of my endometrial stripe be thin and part be thick (over 1cm)? This is 7 days after end of a abnormal 21 day period.
Uneven "lawn mowing": When the estrogen/progesterone sequencing is "out of phase" for whatever reason then the endometrium will be "disordered" just like a drunken landscaper mowing your yard or a tornado that has plowed through a corn field. Thus when the period starts only the part of the endometrium that is "tallest" will shed leaving the rest in place to begin to bleed again later. ...Read more
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