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    Pre-cancerous Cells Found After Uterine Biopsy
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    Anishnabekwe posted:
    Pre-cancerous cells were found after a biopsy of my uterus February of 2012. My OBGYN said he was going to start a round of Provera which I started & now I'm getting ready to head in for my 2nd biopsy to see if it cleared it up. Now my question is if all comes back clear what would be my chances of conceiving? I have a 12 year old & I have had several miscarriages after his birth. However, I want more than anything to give my fiancé a child, but I'm scared of another miscarriage. So I'm seeking help
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    brandib01 responded:
    am not sure of any numbers exactly. i know that can be a very stressful and scary situation.

    i would suggest for you to go and see a reproductive endocronologist out the gate.

    i normally say to try other option first but since you have extenuating (yeah i cant spell) circumstances i would just visit that option up front .
    just see what he/she has to say. develope a plan and go from there.
    it is always better to have a support system instead of taaking shots in the dark.
    Brandi 28dx'ed.endo lap 09'


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