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How long are you sore after endometrial biopsy?

How long are you sore after endometrial biopsy?

How will I feel after an endometrial biopsy? As above, you may have some crampy period pains in the lower part of your tummy on and off for a day or two after the procedure. You may also have some light bleeding, like a period. This does not usually last longer than a few days.

How do you know if you have an infection after an endometrial biopsy?

Some vaginal bleeding or spotting is common following the procedure. If you experience heavy bleeding, please call your doctor. Infection following the procedure is uncommon but report any complaints that would suggest an infection, such as pain in the lower abdomen or vagina, or a foul-smelling vaginal discharge.

How long does it take to recover from an endometrial biopsy?

Felt fine that day – a small amount of bleeding and cramping. Since then bleeding has increased and is now quite heavy and the pain is getting ridiculous and it’s now almost a week later. Recovery in a ‘couple of days’ is a joke – it doesn’t seem thats realistic for most people.

Do you still bleed after an endometrial biopsy?

I’m still bleeding really heavily, very sore and uncomfortable. Also stressed because waiting for all these biopsy results. I also had a 24mm womb lining and had stopped bleeding for 4 months and then bled continuously for 2 months, only norethisterone stopped it for a couple of weeks.

Why does my vagina hurt after an endometrial biopsy?

Good morning, I had a transvaginal scan last week, and as it showed a thickened womb lining and fibroids, the consultant did an endometrial biopsy at the same time. That was 10 days ago, and although the bleeding stopped after a few days, I have a lot of pain in my vagina, sharp pains like sandpaper, and I can’t sit down.

What do doctors tell you about endometrial biopsy?

Now, here is what most doctors will tell you about the procedure: The instruments may feel cold. There may be some pain as the cervix is grasped. Some cramping may occur as the instruments enter the uterus and when the sample is collected. And here is what a woman has to say:

Is it normal to have bleeding after endometrial biopsy?

After the procedure, it is normal to have light blood spotting or vaginal bleeding for 1-2 days. It is also normal to experience mild cramping for a day or so. Because some over-the-counter pain relievers may increase bleeding, ask your gynecologist which medication to take for pain relief.

Felt fine that day – a small amount of bleeding and cramping. Since then bleeding has increased and is now quite heavy and the pain is getting ridiculous and it’s now almost a week later. Recovery in a ‘couple of days’ is a joke – it doesn’t seem thats realistic for most people.

Where can I get an endometrial biopsy done?

A laboratory will examine the sample to learn if there are any abnormalities or hormonal changes in the tissue cells. Most gynecologists can perform the endometrial biopsy in the office or in an out-patient clinic.

Good morning, I had a transvaginal scan last week, and as it showed a thickened womb lining and fibroids, the consultant did an endometrial biopsy at the same time. That was 10 days ago, and although the bleeding stopped after a few days, I have a lot of pain in my vagina, sharp pains like sandpaper, and I can’t sit down.