Symptoms may vary from woman to woman, and many gynecological cancers, including endometrial, ovarian, and cervical cancers, have some of the same symptoms. If a woman has gone through menopause, it is especially important to report any unusual signs and symptoms. The most common symptoms of endometrial cancer are:
- Vaginal postmenopausal bleeding
- Premenopausal or perimenopausal bleeding: spotting, bleeding between periods, or heavy periods. It is common for women diagnosed with endometrial cancer to have some type of abnormal vaginal bleeding.
- Abnormal vaginal discharge
- Pelvic pain or pressure, usually occurring in the later stages of the disease
- Weight loss
Most of these symptoms do not mean you have cancer, but if you notice one or more symptoms for more than two weeks, see your doctor.
Last reviewed on 10/13/09
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