Lapis ISSN 2398-2969

Endometrial hyperplasia Owner Factsheet

Contributor(s): Claire Speight, Jennifer Hamlin

Endometrial hyperplasia is a condition in which cells of the endometrium, the lining of the uterus (womb), grows at a more rapid pace than is normal. It is a common condition seen in pet rabbits. The exact cause is controversial.

What causes the condition?

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What rabbits does it affect?

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How do I know if my rabbit has endometrial hyperplasia?

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What will my vet do to diagnose my rabbit?

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What treatment will be needed?

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How can I prevent the condition?

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