How long will I bleed for after an endometrial biopsy?

No bleeding. Endometrial biopsy can be performed not only for diagnostic evaluation of tissue, but as treatment to stop endometrial bleeding. If you bleeding for few days, please see your doctor.

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How long will I bleed after an endometrial biopsy and colposcopy?

May be a couple of. Days. Most biopsy sites should not bleed for more that a day or two. However, spotting may last longer depending on the reason for the biopsy. It would be prudent to ask your doctor who has more information about your health. Read more...

When should an endometrial biopsy be done for abnormal bleeding?

If it is unexplained. If the cause of abnormal bleeding cannot be explained, especially in women over 40, and definitely in all postmenopausal women, an endometrial biopsy should be done to rule out a cancer of the uterus. An endometrial biopsy will take a sampling of cells from inside the uterine cavity that can be sent to a pathologist to look for abnormal cells or hormone imbalances. Read more...
Varies. The endometrial biopsy is usually done to assess for cancer. Postmenopausal bleeding always warrants evaluation either by emb or by d;c. Abnormal bleeding in a young woman is less likely to be due to cancer. Read more...

2 weeks ago today I had a cone biopsy and endometrial biopsy's. I'm still bleeding is this normal?

Depends. First there are three types of conization (laser, cold knife, and LEEP). All may be associated with some light bleeding, though it should get better with time. I usually see my conization patients two weeks post op, so you might need a follow up as well. If the endometrial biopsy was for abnormal bleeding then this could be more of that also. Read more...

I had a endometrial biopsy two days ago. Bleeding has gotten worse as days go on. And now passing some clots. Is this normal or at least ok?

Not unusual. It can cause some bleeding. I would not worry about it, but if it continues call your physician. Read more...
A bit concerning. Usually a routine endometrial biopsy causes little bleeding/pain and often much better by 48 hours. In your case it has gotten worse, which is not usual. I am a bit worried about possibility of an infection--endometritis, thus causing worsening of bleeding. If you have more cramping, fever etc..Consult doc for an evaluation. Best of luck. Read more...

I had an endometrial biopsy on th. 9/6/12', it is now sat. 2days later, should I still be bleeding heavy? It has been off & on....Lighter & now heavy.

Possible. It is still possible to have bleeding after an endometrial biopsy depending on why it was done and your medical history. If the bleeding is heavier than a maxi pad an hour, associated with fever, shortness of breath, lightheadedness, chest pain or other symptoms then notify your doctor and/or go to ER. Read more...