I am trying to stay positive looking threw a mess of info.Trying to find a shread of evidence that does not point to cancer.The dr said I had no fibri\oids that could be sean in the ultrasound of my uterus.It all looked normal but the linning was thickened.I have a low thyroid problem but dont think that could be the problem.has any one got any info on this issuse besides cancerous.There has to be a silver linning somewhere I am getting a d&c next week but it cant help my sainty right now anyinfo is apriceated greatly
Hi! Thickening of the lining does not mean cancer. So ignore that other reply. I have thickening of the lining and its not cancer. I am 55 a little over weight which doesn't help. So please just keep seeing your DR and get a second opinion.
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