Hi, I have been diagnosed after menopause through a pelvic ultrasound as having a thickening of my uterus. The doctor said it is enlarged and there are uterine fibroids (which I have had for years). They caused a lot of bleeding before menopause, but I was fine after. About 2 weeks ago I started to have a TINY amount of vaginal discharge-once slighltly pink, a few times yellowish-brown, and maybe clear to white a couple of times. Very, very small amounts. My doctor told me I probably have cancer.and I am very frightened. I am scheduled for a biopsy. I am about 2 years post menopausal. I have been recently having a little urinary frequency, too. I was overweight in the past, but I have been dieting and exercising since March and have lost almost 60 pounds. Is there any chance this could be something other than cancer? Thank you!
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