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This is a condition that is usually caused by hormones in your system. Microglandular hyperplasia occurs most often in women who are on oral contraceptive therapy or Depo-medroxyprogesterone acetate resulting from the influence of progesterone. It also occurs in pregnant or postpartum women. On pap it may be confused with abnormal cells. It doesn't require any particular treatment. Just making sure that there aren't really any abnormal cells there by taking some samples with a curette in the canal. With a larger tissue sample, the pathologist should be able to be certain of the diagnosis and rule out the need to worry. Please accept so I get credit for my advice. Ask questions if you have any.
So at this time is it safe for me to take Clomid and try to get pregnant? I am very healthy otherwise.