Endrometriosis in senior women
Posted in the Endometriosis Forum
#1 Aug 5, 2010
Why is it we don't read more about problems women have when they get to be older than age 55?
Example: Somewomen age 60-68 get a thickened uterus that is 7 to 15 centemeters thick compared with the normal 5-6 centemeters.
When the uterus gets too thick it's normally time to do something about it due to the possibly of cancer from the thickened uterus. We never hear a thing about this. It's always comments from women younger than age 30-45
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