Once an endometrial hyperplasia has been diagnosed, the specialist will establish the best therapeutic option in each case. These include the administration of contraceptive pills or progesterone to balance the levels in the body.
If the woman does not wish to become a mother in the future, some specialists recommend hysterectomy. This involves removing the uterus, thus avoiding any danger of endometrial hyperplasia progressing to cancer. However, this alternative is not contemplated for those women who wish to fulfill their dream of becoming mothers and carry a pregnancy to term.
Finally, another therapeutic option for endometrial hyperplasia is to perform a uterine curettage and support it with the administration of progestins.