Hello. I have had a dnc and it stated disordered proliferative endometrium of tubal metaplasia negetative for endometrial hyperplasia and maligancy that was the endometrial curettings then endocervical curettings said disordered proliferative endometrium with stromal breakdown and patchy tubal meplasia neg for atypical hyperplasia , dysplasia and malignancy Should I get a hysterectomy? I dont know who to ask other than you for your opinion. Money is an issue I cannot keep going to different doctors and could you please tell my exactly what does all of this mean? Thank-you so much
Not sure what all of that means but looks like you got a lot more information that I did. Of course I was still not fully awake when my doc was telling me what was going on. I will ask more questions when I go back Thursday to follow up appt. I wish you the best.
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