I was diagnosed with "very" complex hyperplasia last month but also with high blood pressure. My gyn wants to do a D&C but my dr won't allow anesthesia due to blood pressure (it was about 145/90). I'd really like to know if I have cancer but am feeling hopeless and trapped by inability to find out. It could take a long time to control blood pressure - are there no other options than to wait and hope the blood pressure decreases? I'd just as soon have a hysterectomy but I guess that will be denied too. Of course, the longer this drags out the higher my blood pressure goes.
You should seek a second opinion regarding the matter. Your blood pressure is not very high and can be easily tackled with proper treatment. Also relieving anxiety will go a long way in controlling blood pressure. After which you will be fit enough to have a D&C and hysterectomy. This will help make the diagnosis. Also hysterectomy if needed will not be a problem with properly controlled blood pressure.
Hope this helps.
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