Hysteroscopy 9/13 biopsy all nrml taking progesterone now have 2cm uterine polyp unlikely cancer or no?

Unlikely. all endometrial polyps should be sent to a pathologist for after ascertainment of whether or not there is a cancer in the polyp. This is highly unlikely if you are on progesterone, however the risk of cancer does increase with age. My suggestion would be to have the polyps removed. The procedure is low risk, would be happy to discuss further.
Polyps. Most endometrial polyps are benign and relatively common around the age of menopause. Might be time to repeat your hysteroscopy, remove the polyp and do an endometrial ablation to prevent recurrences. I prefer novasure for this situation and it is something I commonly see.

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Perimenopausal previous hysteroscopy 9/14 polyp biopsy & lining ok now new polyp 2cm been on progesterone how likely this is cancer?

Very unlikely. If you are saying you had a polypectomy and a sampling of the endometrial lining a few months ago in September then it is high unlikely that a new 2 cm mass in the cavity is now cancer. Your doctor can provide treatment options. Read more...

Hysteroscopy 9/14 polyp biopsy nrml now new polyp 2 cm been on progrsterone how likely this is cancer?

Pathology report? No need to speculate if your physician had already taken a biopsy of the polyp. The term "polyp" only means "mushroom-like" growth but whether benign or malignant cannot be ascertained until it is examined under microscope by a pathologist. Read more...

They removed my 2cm uterine polyp and sent it for biopsy monday. They didn't give me a follow up date do you think I'm safe to say its not cancer?

No. Get the answer. A common errror is that no news is good news. No news is no news. You must get the answer from your doctor, even if they don't call to tell you. The results should be back in less than a week. If they haven't called you by monday, call them to ask the results. You have the right to get the report yourself, if you desire, but i strongly urge you to have a conversation with your provider. Read more...
Call. As a rule, if it was something serious, a doctor or nurse would call or make an appointment but it sometimes takes time to get pathology reports and most importantly, nobody is perfect. Things can fall through the cracks and it is your ultimate responsibility to look for your own health. Never assume things are ok because you did not get a call. Hope it is all well for you. Read more...

Office hysteroscopy for polyp and lining came back normal 10 months ago. Prometrium (micronized progesterone) for 3 months stopped it then started it again can I now have cancer?

May be normal. Progesterone taken continuously like you did often stops periods. This is often done to treat some mild forms of overgrowth of the uterine lining (simple hyperplasia). Stopping Progesterone will predictably induce a period. Read more...

Should I have uterine polyp removed 47years old, very low progesterone levels, short cycle

It . It depends on your symptoms and your biopsy results. If you have had a negative biopsy, then it depends on your symptoms, such as if you are having heavy bleeding or pain. Please discuss these issues with your gynecologist who diagnosed the polyp so that you can make an informed decision. Read more...