CSN Login
Members Online: 11

Ultasound fine - but still spotting

applewood822
Posts: 3
Joined: Jan 2013

Hello all,

I would appreciate any advice.  I was having very light spotting for quite a while. ( age 66 )  Went to the dr., she saw a polyp, removed it, and ordered  the ultrasound.  Results were normal.  She had ordered a biopsy of the polyp.  When the results came back from the ultrasound, the test for the polyp that had been ordered disappeared from

my online health record.  It seemed like because the ultrasound was normal they canceled the biopsy of the polyp.  I wasn't too concerned as the ultrasound was ok.  Now, a week later I'm spotting again.  Do you think this warrants further investigation.  Maybe I have more polyps??  Any suggestions would be appreciated. 

 

Thank you,

Yvonne

crystalblue1208's picture
crystalblue1208
Posts: 38
Joined: Apr 2012

 

From my personal experience, doctors would send everything (tissues/polyps/tumors and etc..) that are removed from your body for a biopsy regardless the result of your ultrasound.  Double check with your doctor's office and take care~

nempark
Posts: 595
Joined: Apr 2010

Hi Crystalblue, please write and let me know how your sister is doing.  Hope to hear from you soon.

nancy9
Posts: 35
Joined: Feb 2013

I couldn't agree more.  Check with your doctor.  Good luck!

NorahS
Posts: 93
Joined: Dec 2012

Yes, I think you should check back with your doctor. Make sure all your questions are answered to your satisfaction. 

 

There are a number of women here that if they had a 'do-over' would be in a better place than they are now.   

jazzy1's picture
jazzy1
Posts: 1387
Joined: Mar 2010

I agree with everyone else who posted.  One thing to add, any type of procedure we have done, they "generally" tell us of some spot bleeding possibilities.  I do remember having more gases and a little spotting for 3-4 days later.

 

In the end, definitely recommend contacting the doctor as we're only guessing at this point.

 

Good luck,

Jan  

Sisters three's picture
Sisters three
Posts: 156
Joined: Nov 2012

Don't sit on this for any length of time at all....get the results of that biopsy ASAP. If you can't then tell the doctor you want a uterine biopsy. They can do a scrapping right in the doctor office.

Hybridspirits's picture
Hybridspirits
Posts: 150
Joined: Nov 2012

I was told spotting is not normal and a reason needs to be found.  A year ago i was told no problem, it went away and that was it.  Then one year later it happened again I pushed and had to change gyn dr to get the right attention.  new one gave me the spotting post menapause isn't normal and you have to rule out causes.  That was when I found out it was cancer.  So yes if i could "do over" I would have pushed for a D&C a year ago.  I am lucky that it is only stage 1A, but maybe and it is only a maybe because no one knows that last year it could have been pre cancerous and I would be better off

I learned a big lesson.  It is our lives and we need to push until we get the answers we are comfortabl with. It never hurts to get a second opinion.

Take care

Sharon

Subscribe with RSS
About Cancer Society

The content on this site is for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Do not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified healthcare provider. Please consult your healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition. Use of this online service is subject to the disclaimer and the terms and conditions.

Copyright 2000-2014 © Cancer Survivors Network