I finally got my uterus biospy done! Post Menopause

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 I just got home from getting the uterus bisopy done, she GOT 3 biospy went in 3 different times for tissue! I get results in 3 to 4 days or so. I am cramping and lots more bleeding then when my first GYN did his attempted biospy! I seen the cheif of gyn today and she did all the biospies in her office I just got home! Is it normal to cramp and blood in botton of toliet and did any of you all GYN get bisopy 3 times in different spots of the uterus!  She said she got in!  I was so nervous my blood pressure was 160/102 She also took blood work while there to check hormones and thyroid. Thanks ladies!

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    Hi, I have had a single biopsy done before. It is normal to cramp and to bleed. Now that you are home hopefully your blood pressure will come down. Try and take it easy for a couple of days. I will be praying for you!
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    Prayers going up for you! 🙏
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    I had mine Thursday and I cramped for a day spotted for three day I'm waiting till Wednesday for results I go for an ultrasound tomorrow!! Good luck be positive ??

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      I have a lot more than spotting maybe because she did it 3 times.  I already had the ultra sound done showed 9mm thickness of uterus thats why I had to get the uterus biospies. Post meno bleeding...
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    What you're experiencing is normal.  It sounds to me as if your doctor is being very, very careful.  I just had a hysterectomy on July 18, and I'm recovering well.  Try to take each moment as it comes and know that I'm praying for you, too!  xx

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    Hi crosado,

    So sorry to hear you are having cramps, my fingers are crossed for you hoping all goes well.

    Phyl x 💖

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