hi all, i am 48 years old and still mensturating very regularly. Last march i had laparsocopic surgery due to a fluid filled fallopian tube, right tube and ovary removed...all benign and fine. Went last week for regular check up...they called to say they had found endometrial cells on pap and i need to have a endometrial biopsy. When i asked questions they said dont worry almost always comes back benign. I have no risk factors for this type of cancer and had 4 healty child births. I was on the last day of my periold...could this affect it. Also if something had been going on wouldn't doc have seen it during surgery or all those ultrasounds? she sald all looked great at time of surgery. thanks for any input.
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