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I was asking about hormone levels being normal but uterine

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hi, I was asking about hormone levels being normal but uterine lining is thick?
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Hormone levels changed depending on where you are in your cycle, and these changes exist to change the endometrium.

Therefore despite being told levels are normal - this 'normal' range changes from week to week.

If however the endometrium is thickened and this does not correlate with your cycle, then this can suggest Endometrial cancer and should be biopsied. Many people can have a thickened endometrium that has no meaning, but the biopsy is used to exclude any concerning cause.

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Customer: replied 14 days ago.
I have missed a period
Customer: replied 14 days ago.
could this be the reason i have a endometrial that is thick?
That can cause it