Signs and Symptoms of Uterine Cancer
The most common signs and symptoms of uterine cancer is vaginal bleeding. It is estimated that about 9 out of 10 uterine cancer patients experience this symptom.
Although not all abnormal bleeding caused by cervical cancer, but you still need to be vigilant and should see a doctor if this happens. Other symptoms you need to be aware of include:
- Vaginal bleeding after menopause and beyond the menstrual cycle.
- Excessive bleeding during menstruation.
- Vaginal secretions are fluid or dilute blood.
- Pain in the pelvis.
- Decreased appetite.
- Pain during intercourse.
- Pain in the lower abdomen.
Women who experience the above symptoms should immediately see a doctor to determine whether it is caused by cervical cancer or not. But whatever the cause, diagnosis and treatment should be done as soon as possible.