Tamoxifen remains important in the treatment and prevention of estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer. In postmenopausal women, it can lead to endometrial changes such as cystic appearances, hyperplasia, polyps and endometrial cancer. Tamoxifen is metabolized by cytochrome P450 (CYP450) enzymes to the more active metabolite endoxifen. Several genetic variants in the CYP450 enzymes reduce tamoxifen metabolism, leading to reduced endoxifen levels. We hypothesize that carriers of these variants, which are established poor metabolizers of tamoxifen, do not have the typical tamoxifen-induced increase in endometrial thickness. We test the association between genetic variability in CYP450 enzymes and the increase in double endometrial thickness (DET) as measured through transvaginal ultrasound (TVU).