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disnerdgirl

631d

Hi yall. I had a endometrial polyp removed in April this year. I have been bleeding ever since along with having my period with it as well. my Obgyn prescribed me medroxyprogesterone to heal the lining of the uterus wall and Tranexamic to help stop the clots and lighten my period/ stop bleeding. Apparently they haven't been working. I have told my obgyn about it and he suggested that the next step may be a hysterectomy. Has anyone gone to there PCP for a second option before agreeing to do a hysterectomy. I'm only 35 and with having a hyperplasia a ablation won't work.

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    • Rebekah1213

      625d

      I'm 39, and I've done D&C ....hormones don't work. I am talking to my OBYGN about hysterectomy tomorrow. My hyperplasia went from simple to complex in less than five years.

    • Rebekah1213

      625d

      I'm 39, and I've done D&C ....hormones don't work. I am talking to my OBYGN about hysterectomy tomorrow. My hyperplasia went from simple to complex in less than five years.

    • Arabelle

      630d

      I would ABSOLUTELY get a second opinion!!

    • Meg678

      631d

      Have you been diagnosed with either adenomyosis and/or endometriosis? I have adeno, a large endometrial polyp (biopsied and was benign), and suspected endometriosis. I'm 35, and my hysterectomy is July 14. I personally CANT WAIT for it. So ready to be done with my uterus.

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