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Ultrasound showing heterogenous myometrium, endometrial lining thin. Suggested ablation or hysterectomy. Should I go for it?

I recently had an ultrasound that stated I showed heterogenous myometrium but the endometral lining is thin . It was suggested I see an ob to discus ablation vs hysterectomy . I had not had a period for one year and in the 13th month had a 6 day period so the ultrasound was ordered. I am currently 58 years old. Is it necessary or can I live with this?
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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You should get an Endometrial biopsy done first along with CT or MRI

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Answered: Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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