Hi there, I am almost 34, female. I am now overweight, have put on roughtly 2 stone in a few years which i thought was due to not working for part of it...eating more etc..I also must have a hormone problem as I have unwanted hairs on my chin, chest, belly button...doctors have been aware of this before many years ago. I have changed doctors since moving a few years ago. On 7th jan (this week) I went for an ultrasound scan and trans vaginal examination. The doc said that my ovaries and all looks healthy, BUT my lining shouldnt be thicker at this stage of my cycle. My last period was 25th december,( about 9 dys late ) llasted the usual 5 days....was quite heavy. The period before was about 5 days...started all of a sudden, heavy but only lsted around 3 days (unlike me). I saw my doctor a few weeks back due to having what feels like period ache pretty much a lot of the time...comes and goes. I was getting discharge that i thought smelled like mushrooms, it has never been like that before..I was aware of the smell. So i had bloodtests...thyroid, fbc, bone profile, glucose...all came back fine. My urine dip test at docs showed traces of protein and blood....sent off but came back ok. I was only sent for the ultrasound etc as I still wasnt happy as I was having period loike pain when I shouldnt. Then once the thicer lining was noticed I became worried..looked online, all I see is cancer, cancer, cancer, cancer!!! Im scared now! I had aphonecall today form my doctors surgery to have an appointment there with my doctor this friday...so, I have the four main uterine cancer symptoms...pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding (due to periods being early then late), thicker lining, and discharge (which i thin is ok now)...I am convinced I ahve cancer now. Any suggestions? Please help.View Thread
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