My Doctor Says I Have A Thickened Endometrial Lining. What Does That Indicate If Cancer?


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No, It does not means that you are having cancer. Only biopsy will confirm this. The endometrial lining is 1 mm thick which proliferate and transform every month in order to get fertilized egg. If no pregnancy, these changes are wasted through bleeding every month. Thick basal lining is difficult to proliferate and transform, so causing cycle irregularities.

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