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complex endometrial hyperplasia and fibroids but no bleeding/pain: anyone else? complex endometrial hyperplasia and fibroids but no bleeding/pain: anyone else?

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Unread 03-26-2012, 08:52 PM
complex endometrial hyperplasia and fibroids but no bleeding/pain: anyone else?

Reading these posts, I see that most of them involve irregular or heavy bleeding, and pain! My Aunt Flo hasn't been to visit for nearly a year now, and I have had no problems with pain and only last month any bleeding at all, which was barely spotting. I went to the doctor-for the first time in 10 years-to complain of a prolapse. They did exam and smear, found I had complex endometrial hyperplasia with atypia. I have fibroids that they say probably caused the prolapse. This is the first time I have ever had an abnormal pap. So I am curious why I don't hurt, and there is no bleeding. I feel fine. But I agree with my doctor that we should go ahead with surgery. Just wonder if anyone else has this scenario?
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Unread 03-27-2012, 10:31 PM
Re: complex endometrial hyperplasia and fibroids but no bleeding/pain: anyone else?

Neiska -

I had regular but heavy periods and no pain but ended up with a cancer diagnosis after my D&C. It was what lead to my hysterectomy.

You are right that most women have pain amd heavy bleeding but your body is doing something different.

If you want additional information on pre-cancer experiences you can stop by the Cancer Concerns forum.

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Unread 03-30-2012, 07:23 AM
Re: complex endometrial hyperplasia and fibroids but no bleeding/pain: anyone else?

Hi Sweetie,

Since you received a complex endometrial hyperplasia with atypia diagnosis, I suggest you consult with a gyn/onc. This type diagnosis is considered pre-cancer, and you want to be sure IF cancer were found a specialist was doing or was availabe to step in with the surgery. I had the very barest of spotting, and only once or at most twice a month over circa 6 month period and actually was mis-diagnosed with a UTI for many months. Finally I had other testing and got the dx you now have; I decided to see a gyn/onc who assisted in my surgery; and very unexpectedly, at least to me, early stage cancer was found. Surgery became the full cure.

Per monami's invite, pls feel welcomed to join us on the CC forum.; the ladies there are super helpful and very supportive re any pre-cancer/cancer queries; etc. Also, pls remember IF cancer were there, it most likely would be a very early stage and with this surgery alone often can be the full cure.

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Unread 03-30-2012, 04:48 PM
Re: complex endometrial hyperplasia and fibroids but no bleeding/pain: anyone else?

Hi Peggiesue!

Thanks for replying! I thought it curious that I have no obvious symptoms of uterine problems. My dx did indeed come from a gyn/ob who is planning to team with another gyn/ob doctor with 20 yrs experience in this type of surgery. I originally made the appointment to deal with prolapse, wanted to explore the possibility of wearing a pessary. Was quite surprised to find I had a serious problem, since I felt fine. Wigged out for a few days, lol; now I'm just really glad I went to the doctor! Thanks!
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