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I am a 50 year old women who has suffered with terrible periods for the last 10 years including excessive bleeding, cramping-lower back pain, bleeding in between periods. I was just recently notified of an abnormal pap (not abnormal for me) from April 2017, a year and 3 months after my PAP was done. The pap results stated-EPITHELIAL CELL ABNORMALITY-ATYPICAL GLANDULAR CELLS-Rare group.
I was immediately brought into my gyno office the next morning and they performed a colposcopy and endometrial biopsy, I was then sent to get an VA ultrasound.
I have received the ultrasound results which shows: The endometrial stripe measures 1 cm in thickness. There is nonspecific echogenic focus located eccentrically within the upper endometrial canal, hypoechoic relative to the endometrial stripe, measuring approximately 1.5 x 0.7 cm (image 17408) with no definite internal color Doppler flow. A uterine fibroid with a submucosal component measures 1.6 x 1.9 x 1.7 cm. There is trace free fluid in the cul-de-sac.
I do not have the results of the biopsy yet.
I AM beyond p****d. I have suffered for a long time without relief-thinking that all this crap was just peri-menopausal stuff and i needed to just deal.
This doesn't look good to me, and the more research I do, the more i get upset. The caveat is i switched gyno's a while back (7 years?) because my former Doc discounted my symptoms of having to change a super plus tampon within 15 minutes...
Any advice, any thoughts.
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