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After doing TVS it became clear that mom has 11mm thickened echogenic endometrium. Pap smear test is normal. She is diabetic. Thyroid is underactive with TSH 4.55. Dr. suggested for hysterescopy and do biopsy for consultation. Is the thickening common? In diabetes? She has history of urine infection too.
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Em thickness is uncommon. Go for hysteroscopy and biopsy. Let me know reports. Urine infection is comon in diabetes. get urine culture &sensitivity done.start antibiotics according ly
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Hello.. Nope thickening is abnormal for her age..its better to go for biopsy as soon as possible and evaluate the cause..its not related to diabetes.. Nor urine infection...its better she undergoes biopsy and she may also require MRI and CA 125 levels evaluated...
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