What Is an Endometrial Biopsy?

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asked Mar 19, 2010 by anonymous

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An endometrial biopsy tests the condition of a woman’s uterine lining by removing a sample for inspection. Once the sample is removed, it is examined for evidence of pathology (e.g. cell abnormalities).  It is normally performed just days before a menstrual period and can cause mild discomfort, bleeding, pelvic inflammation or – in rare cases – pelvic inflammatory disease.
answered Mar 19, 2010 by anonymous

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