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    Miscarriage and abnormally thick uterine lining
    An_254641 posted:
    Hi, I am a 33 year old female who suffered a miscarriage in August 2013. The bleeding did not stop until the 10th of September and it' is now December 10th and I still don't have a period. I recently went for an mri to check to see the severity of a bicornuate uterus, which I didn't end up having, and I was told I had an abnormally thick, 1.8 cm, uterine lining. The dr is sending me for an endometrial biopsy in February. Could this thick lining be because of the fact that i have not had a period since the miscarriage finished in September? It has been 3 months and I did not bleed a lot during the miscarriage, only the first night. I real need some answers or would appreciate advice or other women's stories to try and make sense of this. Thanks

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