Re: Adenocarcinoma in-situ (now endometrial cells present)
I've had the same thing happen. I've always had normal pap's, but a year ago I had the report say - benign endormetrial cells present. Well, since I had it done at the GP, she sent me to a gyn. This scared the heck out of me, but I guess she wanted to be sure everything was OK.
I was also on the last day of my period - not much flowing, but still blood up there. I was 47, so I guess considering my age, the gyn did an endometrial biopsy - everything was fine. I think if your through menopause, the endometrial cells shouldn't be there.
She then said that she considered my pap to be normal - but doing the biopsy gave the all clear for anything 'ugly' going on. I was also having a bit of heady bleeding also, so that's probably another reason for the biopsy.