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Endometrium thickness inc
Here I had too much bleeding problem and Doc tested and said some endometrium thickness increased so have to do D & C,so can you tell me is it only way,pls
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It is estrogen  dominance and DnC will not heal your hormone  imbalance. If you  really want to know  the root cause of your problem and heal, please  read my blogs on www.truhealing.com or practo health  feeds. Hope that helps....
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no its not the only way. there are drugs available to decrease bleeding. can you please send me your ultrasonography report. based on that i would be able to guide you
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Hello There, 1) D & C OR Heavy Hormonal therapy is not a complete solution. 2) Hormone therapy may control bleeding but it is half care and Hormone may cause some side effects. 3) Treatment of diseases along with its root causes ( Hormonal imbalances - Local abnormalities) is ultimate solution for this problem. 4) Dr Jonwals NAP Therapy Medicines treatment is very effective, experience good effects in 1-2 week. And control - Cure in 3 - 6 cycles. Consult Privately online-Telephone-Video or Visit personally for proper management with all reports.
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D& C for histopathology is best way forward. Else u will have to go for heavy dose of medication which may or may not work. Most doctors do only first method. If u r interested in medicines u can see me in my clinic.
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