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Had excessive bleeding, hot flushes. Had ovaries and tubes removed, had coil fitted. Cancer risk?

Had ovaries and tubes removed two weeks ago because of heavy bleeding for a year. Yesterday they have said I now need a coil fitted to reduce the risk if cancer forming in the uterus . I am 53 and not really had symptoms of menopause , some hot flushes, but not too bad. What are the side effects of having the coil fitted, will I get cramps, spotting, weight gain etc. They have told me I need to be checked again in 6 months. I am have a general to have the coil fitted in 3 weeks.
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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Ovarian pathology generally does not cause heavy bleeding, uterus pathology is most likely another option any cervical tumor. You should be evaluated by an experienced gynaecologist. In case of any suspicion biopsy from respective area should not be delayed.
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