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Are there other symptoms associated with endometrial hyperplasia besides abnormal bleeding?

By Rubén Baltá I Arandes M.D. (gynecologist).
Last Update: 01/04/2022

The main clinical manifestation of endometrial hyperplasia is abnormal uterine bleeding, and in approximately 15% of patients with a history of abnormal uterine bleeding, a diagnosis of some form of hyperplasia is made.

In some cases, endometrial hyperplasia may present with fever, severe abdominal pain or abdominal swelling, but may also be asymptomatic. If endometrial thickening occurs in young patients, it may cause infertility due to a non-functioning endometrium.

 Rubén  Baltá I Arandes
Rubén Baltá I Arandes
M.D.
Gynecologist
Dr. Rubén Baltá has a degree in Medicine and Surgery from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and a postgraduate specialization in Esthetic and Functional Gynecology and Women's Cosmetic Genital Surgery from the University of Barcelona.
Medical licence: 070709574
Gynecologist. Dr. Rubén Baltá has a degree in Medicine and Surgery from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and a postgraduate specialization in Esthetic and Functional Gynecology and Women's Cosmetic Genital Surgery from the University of Barcelona. Medical licence: 070709574.