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Had irregular cycles with heavy flow. U/S showed uterine wall thick. Should I go in for DNC?

I missed my first period last month. This month I had a heavy period (flooding) . Got nervous went to gynecologist she had me have a ultrasound done while I was still heavy bleeding . My uterine wall was 1.1 cm. she wants me to have a dnc . Her nurse called me she hasn t even talked to me. Just gave me a bill for a 100.00 for booking fee for dnc.
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Thanks for coming to HCM. It is unclear from your description why D&C is adviced. Please tell us more about ultrasound report finding and if you are pregnant. Kindly note, you have rights as a patient to ask for clarifications on all your concerns before going for any procedure including D&C. I would advice you talk to your gynecologist before going for the procedure. Also, ensure that the procedure is done by a trained doctor.
Wish you good health.
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