I'm 44 and have been having continuous bleeding since July 31 07. My doctor recommended an ultrasound which I just got the results from. The transvaginal showed a focal hypoechchoic mass along the left uterine body about 1.3 cm in demension which suggests diffuse myomatous involvement with a small focal fibroid. Also diffuse abnormality of the central endometrial echo complex demonstrating heterogeneity with small cystic components.
Is this something that would point toward a recommendation for a hysterctomy? I am scheduled for a biopsy so I know there is concern.
What are they going to biopsy.....how are they going to biopsy, and who is doing the biopsy? What are they thinking is going on.....if there is a chance it is malignant is this a wise thing to do? Have you spoken to a gyn/oncologist or is this comming from a gyn or gp? YOU HAVE ONLY ONE CHANCE TO GET IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME.....I wouldn't let anyone tough me until I had a referral to a gyn/oncologist......not because it is cancer but because this type issue is their specialty.
Your exam results and symptoms sound more suspicious for endometrial cancer rather than ovarian. I had an endometrial biopsy prior to my surgery to remove ovarian cancer. It was a quick procedure and little more painful than a pap smear but similar. To answer your questions, I think if the biopsy comes back as malignant they will want to do a hysterectomy. Endometrial cancer has a good cure rate especially when caught at early stages. It is really good you have a gyn/onc. He/she will lead you in the right direction. I hope everything goes well.
Thank you. I hope you're right. That is the most positive comment anyone has had for me, including, family or friends. I hope to come back in a week or two with good results. I'll keep the site up to date if I can.
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