Published: Tue, April 25, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning



I'm not sure how much help I can be ... but I will try to explain a few of the terms mentioned in your report ... so hopefully you will have a little better understanding of what they Are referring to.

* During our reproductive lives, we are most aware of the uterus when its lining, also known as the "endometrium", breaks down and sheds every month menstrual bleeding during our monthly periods. (5) submitted the endometrial curettings showing frangments of early secretory endometrium.

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* The narrow tunnel in the middle of the cervix is ​​called the "endocervical canal". It is through this passage that menstrual blood from the uterus flows outward. (So, all references to "endocervical" should be where they took their samples from.)

Here is a link that I found that maybe more than I can ... but if I were you , I would call your doctor's office and demand that they explain these results to you. I find it horrible that they have just left you in the dark like this! My cousin who was diagnosed with breast cancer back in 2006 (and is in remission now) told me that we have to take charge of our health and bodies ... because who will fight for them if not us? Be demanding ... be assertive ... take control over your health! :-) And if they refuse to explain them ... I would go to a different doctor with those results and ask for a second opinion. We have to stick together and stand up for ourselves when it comes to our feminine health!: -)

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