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I'm new to this site and have so many questions about Endrometria Hyperplasia and the possibility of having womb cancer.
Is there anyone out there that has had this that I could talk to?
Hi zozo and welcome to the site. I know you have questions about endometrial hyperplasia and someone will be able to help you here but could you give us a bit more detail about yourself, age,symptoms,worries. When you joined the site there is a section entitled "your profile". If you could pop a bit of information about yourself in here(you can see mind by clicking on my name in green at the top of the post to give you an idea) then that enables everyone to help you without having to repeat yourself all the time. We have ladies young and old here, all experience e in different stages of cancer, treatments and hints and tips 're preparation for operations, recovery etc. We are all friendly and no question is too silly or personal..we've all been through it. We are not allowed to give medical advice and if you need this it is better to refer to the Macmillan team in the ask a nurse/expert tabs on the home page. Anyway, fill in your profile and give us a bit more detail then hop back and one of us will try to help. Take care. Lamb.
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