After a recent ultrasound I was told my endometrial cana is thickened to 1.5cm. I have three fibroid tumors each measuring 1.7cm, 1.5cm & 1.3cm. My ovaries are a normal size and my uterus is retroverted. I cramp 3 weeks out of a month however my menstrual cycles are normal and come regularly. It has been recommended that I have a D&C and consider a partial hysterectomy which could possibly turn in to a total hysterectomy depending on what's found when the partial is done. I've been online tying to find out more about everything since I won't see the Surgeon until next month. Can anyone share insight with me as to what all this means and whether or not I should be extremely worried about the fact that my endometrial wall is thickened to 1.5cm?
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