if it will help you to know for sure on whats going on than have it done. I have never had or heard anyone having a Dand C so im not sure if it is painfull or not. But to put your mind at ease than have it doneView Thread
have a cyst in my floupian tube and very irregular periods. i will bleed light for about 12 days and go 40 some days between my periods. My doctor decide to do a hystermeamy on me and i have to go in for a biopsy. I ask about what if im on my period i was told that he still could do the biopsy. some doctors choose not to when woman are on their cycle cause if was told that its harder for them to see. but in my opioion i would get a second opioion. One thing i have found out since my car accident if i dont like one answer than i found someone else to help me. I hope this helps. Remember its your body.View Thread
I am 35 years old and for the last like 4 months my periods have been messed up. I have been going like 43 days between my periods. I am now on my period and its 12 days and counting. Its a light to medium cycle. Im not sure what this means?View Thread
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