Steps to prevent endometrial hyperplasia, or thickening of the uterine wall, include maintaining a healthy weight and taking oral contraceptives containing both estrogen and progestin to manage irregular periods, explain... More »

The symptoms of uterine wall thickening, or endometrial hyperplasia, are menstrual periods that last longer or are heavier than usual, bleeding after menopause, and menstrual cycles that are shorter than 21 days, accordi... More »

In premenopausal women, the uterine wall, or endometrium, thickens as estrogen levels increase during the menstrual cycle, notes Dr. Martee Hensley for Everyday Health. Endometrial hyperplasia, a condition resulting from... More »

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The symptoms of uterine wall thickening, or endometrial hyperplasia, are menstrual periods that last longer or are heavier than usual, bleeding after menopause, and menstrual cycles that are shorter than 21 days, accordi... More »

Hyperplasia, or thickening, of the endometrium, is most often caused by an excess of estrogen without progesterone, according to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, or ACOG. This condition usually o... More »

The signs of endometrial thickening include shorter-than-usual menstrual cycles or unusually heavy bleeding during menstrual cycles, according to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Bleeding that oc... More »

The condition Mullerian agnesis is when a woman is born without a uterus and it affects approximately 1 woman out of 4,000 to 10,000, according to The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Females with th... More »

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