Womb Cancer Symptoms

Signs and symptoms of womb cancer - Macmillan Cancer Support

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Signs and symptoms of womb cancer include bleeding after the menopause and heavier periods than normal. Learn about other symptoms and when to see your GP.

https://www.macmillan.org.uk/cancer-information-and-support/womb-cancer/signs-and-symptoms-of-womb-cancer

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Womb cancer symptoms | Cancer research UK

Updated: 5 days ago
The most common symptom of womb cancer is abnormal bleeding from the vagina. This is especially in women who have stopped having periods (post menopausal women).

https://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/womb-cancer/symptoms

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What are the first signs of womb cancer?

periods that are heavier than usual. vaginal bleeding in between normal periods. ... The most common symptom of womb cancer is unusual (abnormal) bleeding from the vagina, although most people with abnormal bleeding do not have cancer.

pain in the back, legs or pelvis.

loss of appetite.

tiredness.

nausea.

Womb (uterus) cancer - Symptoms - NHS www.nhs.uk > Health A to Z > Womb (uterus) cancer

What is womb cancer pain like?

Endometrial cancer can also cause pain in the pelvic area, less commonly during sexual intercourse. Some people also experience pain when urinating or difficulty emptying the bladder. As the cancer progresses, there may be: a feeling of a mass or heaviness in the pelvic area.

Endometrial cancer: Symptoms, staging, treatment, and causes

www.medicalnewstoday.com > articles

Can you die from womb cancer?

Survival by stage Survival statistics are available for each stage of womb cancer in one area of England. These are for women diagnosed between 2013 and 2017. More than 90 out of every 100 women (90%) survive their cancer for 5 years or more after diagnosis. Most of these women will have been cured.

Survival | Womb (uterine) cancer | Cancer Research UK

www.cancerresearchuk.org > about-cancer > womb-cancer > survival

Does womb cancer spread quickly?

There are different types of uterine cancer, some more aggressive than others. While the majority of cancers arising in the womb are slow growing and innocuous, others are more aggressive which means that it may grow or spread quickly into other organs, or recur quicker.

What is the most aggressive type of uterine cancer? | Prof Obermair ...

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