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Old 01-18-2012, 07:25 AM   #1
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Unhappy hysterectomy or D&C??

I've been diagnosed with complex hyperplasia with atypia in the past. Went on treatments and finally was clear at one point, when I wanted to have a child. At that point I was told, that if I get pregnant and all goes fine, then after the delivery, I could have a hysterectomy. I'm expecting now and due next month. Now as the discussions with my OBGYN and oncologist continues, the senior oncologist suggests that we do a D&C at the 6 week check up after the delivery and if that comes out positive, then do a hysterectomy. What do you suggest? I know the definitive treatment for my condition is a hysterectomy, then why are they going back on it? Any opinion on this is appreciated.

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