Setting An Example For A Healthy Lifestyle

Our Nurse Practitioner Amy Daggett “weighs in”

My relationship with food is a double edged sword. Although I find comfort in creating delicious entrees and desserts, I lacked the will power needed to make healthy food choices. We live in a society where foods with low nutritional values are inexpensive and readily available whereas healthier choices are costly and require preparation. After years of losing this battle, at age 53 I found myself obese and depressed.

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Been Told That You Need An Endometrial Biopsy?

Here are some things to consider

An endometrial biopsy (EB) is often done on women who are undergoing evaluation of abnormal periods or for an infertility issue.

An EB involves the passage of a small instrument into the cervix at which point the lining is randomly scraped and the specimen which is obtained is submitted to lab for analysis. The endometrial biopsy is a screening test for abnormalities such as endometrial hyperplasia (a pre-cancerous condition of the uterus) and endometrial cancer.

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