Scar tissue. Do u have your uterus still?
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I am curious about this too since I was diagnosed with Osteopenia and spinal OA at 36 yrs of age. I am about to turn 38 and no treatment yet do to my insurance.
I know I may have no place to suggest, but I am post menopausal (early hysterectomy), and I am on biodentical, compound natural hormones. They reduce BC from regular hormones by 20%. They have been great and I havent had as MUCH worry as I would on regular synthetic ones. Keep up this amazing strength. You are an inspirataion to all of us!
I am 37, been post menopausal for 3.5 years due to early hysterectomy and they took everything. However, been on biodentical, compound hormones ever since and will be till 50 years old. I have fibrocystic (painful) breasts (sometimes just pain in 1 breast, sometimes just pain in the other and usually on a side and if feels really lumpy, like marbles) and just had a mamo last year that showed a small calcification in one breast, but that was it. Can you tell me what the statistics are for those on hormones longer than 5-10 years are for BC? Should I get a mamo yearly since recently I had a bone density exam and I have bones of a 60 year old? But, because I am post menopausal and on hormones?